How disposable Virtual Machines can keep you safer by quarantining suspicious files/attachments
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How disposable Virtual Machines can keep you safer by quarantining suspicious files/attachments

Qubes is a Linux Operating System based around the concept of Virtual Machines (like multiple computers you can switch between) making full use of compartmentalisation.

Compartmentalisation allows you to take control of your digital life and is what the 10 Steps to Escape the Digital Prison is also based around.

Qubes is the Operating System used and recommended by Edward Snowden (NSA whistle blower)and seems to be the ultimate privacy Operating System

This is why I am interested and about to start build my own Qubes system.

Most people are not ready to switch to an Operating System like Qubes, but for those interested this video will give you a glimpse at what using and managing the Qubes privacy operating system is like.

Scan your OS using the MITM Approcach
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Scan your OS using the MITM Approcach

The intent to scan content to counter end-to-end encryption is no longer theoretical with the passing of the UK Online Safety Bill.

How would the OS makers then build in client-side scanning? Let’s tackle a theoretical project to do this on your favorite operating system (Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android).

This would be how I would do it.

Options to setup your own private email
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Options to setup your own private email

If you need private email you have two options.  You can either use one of the private email services or set up your own private service.
By far the easiest option for most people is to use one of the free services but you are trusting a third party and often both parties need to be using the same service
For the more tech-savvy this video provides all the options for setting up your own private email.
Email is covered in Step 4

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