Category: int

Help me properly setup my internet connected d…

I saw in another thread people use sub networks for their smart devices like TVs, thermostats, etc. What’s the advantage of that and how would that help privacy?

Say you use One WiFi for some devices and another WiFi with others. My router has three WiFi access points and I don’t see how separating them would help if they all go thru the same router. Unless you guys are speaking of something different.

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Receive Anonymous SMS ( list of all free provi…

Hi ! I hope this list is helpful for some of you. These sites offer phone numbers for receiving anonymous SMS. You can use such numbers for example for verifyng your social media accounts or apps. You can view all SMS sent to these phone numbers by visiting the site. Here are all sites that I found. The phone numbers are from different countries and I tested all of them if they still work.

ReceiveSMS.co

  • Test Result: 100% Test Winner
  • 255 of 255 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

smsnumbersonline.com

  • Test Result: 9%
  • 1 of 11 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

receive-sms.com

  • Test Result: 100%
  • 6 of 6 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

receivesmsonline.net

  • Test Result: 50%
  • 6 of 12 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

hs3x.com

  • Test Result: 100%
  • 6 of 6 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

sms.sellaite.com

  • Test Result: 100%
  • 4 of 4 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

getfreesmsnumber.com

  • Test Result: 33%
  • 10 of 30 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

receive-sms-online.com

  • Test Result: 71%
  • 5 of 7 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

freeonlinephone.org

  • Test Result: 54%
  • 7 of 13 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

sms.ink

  • Test Result: 50%
  • 2 of 4 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

smsfinders.com

  • Test Result: 50%
  • 5 of 10 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

smsreceiving.com

  • Test Result: 14%
  • 1 of 7 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

sms-online.co

  • Test Result: 100%
  • 14 of 14 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

onlinesim.ru

  • Test Result: 100%
  • 6 of 6 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

freevirtualnumber.skycallbd.com

  • Test Result: 42%
  • 5 of 12 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

receivesmsnumber.com

  • Test Result: 100%
  • 6 of 6 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

receivesms.xyz

  • Test Result: 100%
  • 3 of 3 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

freesmscode.com

  • Test Result: 10%
  • 1 of 10 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

receive-sms-now.com

  • Test Result: 73%
  • 8 of 11 numbers are working ( date: 11 April 2018 )

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Company insiders behind 1 in 4 data breaches –…

Company insiders behind 1 in 4 data breaches – study:

Company insiders behind 1 in 4 data breaches – study

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America should borrow from Europe’s data-priva…

America should borrow from Europe’s data-privacy law:

America should borrow from Europe’s data-privacy law

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Estonia Expands Massive DNA Grab Of 100,000 Ci…

Estonia Expands Massive DNA Grab Of 100,000 Citizens:

Estonia Expands Massive DNA Grab Of 100,000 Citizens

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Is there a way to take encrypted backups with …

I have a ton of files I need to backup. The problem I have is this. Say I have a folder I need to backup. I tar it and then encrypt it with PGP and then upload it to Digital ocean spaces. Now it’s been a few weeks since the last backup and I need to make a new backup.

But I only want to make a backup of the files that have changed and new files that were added. The only way for me to know which files are new and which ones have changed is to download my previous backup, decrypt and then do a diff between my old backup and my current backup folder.

This process is tedious if I have a lot of files or if the previous encrypted backup is large. I can offset this discomfort my keeping a manifest of all files that are part of the backup. But there is still a lot of manual work to be done when the time comes to generate the diff.

I looked at tarsnap and it does what I want. Encryption and only uploading only diffs. But it’s expensive for me. Spaces costs me 0.02$/GB/month. Whereas, tarsnap is 0.25$/GB/month. So it’s quite a bit expensive when you have a lot of data. But in the defense of tarsnap, the service does a lot more than Spaces. Spaces merely gives you storage in the cloud. No diff. No encryption. Whereas tarsnap offers more value.

Do you guys use any other methods to accomplish encryption and backing up only the diffs?

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You Weren’t Born in 1905? Why People Lie to Fa…

You Weren’t Born in 1905? Why People Lie to Facebook:

You Weren’t Born in 1905? Why People Lie to Facebook

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What are my best options for privacy moving fo…

I deleted FB a few years ago. I just have a pseudonym account with not friends so that I can follow a handful of business and health forums. I’ve had Gmail for a decade now. I’m uncomfortable with the continued hemorrhage of hacks and data leaks. I want to minimize my online footprint as much as possible moving forward. If I delete my gmail accounts, what’s my best option for email provider to use for business and personal? Also, is a service like 1Password.com good as a password manager? Should I go as far as using a VPN for my continued web browsing and if so, what is the best VPN option?

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How to track someone that’s robbed you………..

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KeePass, KeePass2, KeePassX – Any major differ…

I have been using KeePassX as my password manager and have no complaints or concerns about it, but I just wondered what are the differences, if indeed there are any, between it and the others?

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