DuckDuckGo describes itself as “the search engine that doesn’t track you.” Although DDG is better known for its privacy-focused search engine, the company has expanded into making its own Privacy Browser app for Android and IOS. The DDG Privacy Browser has the speed you need, the browsing features you expect (like tabs & bookmarks), and… Continue reading DuckDuckGo Browser and Extension
THERE’S A NEW battleground in the browser wars: user privacy. Just recently, we published an article about Brave browser and how effective its tracker blocking technologies. So here’s another talk of the town privacy-focused search engine that will help you enjoy the internet without having to worry about leaving a digital footprint. What is DuckDuckGo?… Continue reading The Search Engine That Doesn’t Track You
The popular open-source web browser Mozilla Firefox finally released version 85.00. With significant updates including the much-awaited major privacy enhancement called network partitioning. Check out the major improvements and what’s been added and changed for the latest Firefox 85.00. What’s new? The Adobe’s popular software Flash Player is no longer supported by Firefox 85. “There is… Continue reading Mozilla Firefox 85.00 is Here!
Back in November, Let’s Encrypt an open certificate authority announced an end to its partnership with Identrust and to “Standing on Our Own Two Feet – Let’s Encrypt”. The supposed part ways will cause compatibility issues with Android 7.1.1 or older to not be able to access HTTPS websites. In its new announcement, Let’s Encrypt… Continue reading Update: Let’s Encrypt Extends Support for Android 7 or Older Devices for Three Years
Apple and Cloudflare team up to develop a new internet protocol called “Oblivious DNS-over-HTTPS,” or “ODoH,” which can prevent Internet Service Providers (ISP) from knowing which websites you visit. When visiting a website the request sent can be logged and tells your ISP which websites you visited, down to the hostnames and subdomains. This information… Continue reading Apple and Cloudflare team up to stop your ISP from seeing which websites you visit
[Update] Let’s Encrypt Extends Support for Android 7 or Older Devices for Three Years Let’s Encrypt announced its partnership with IdenTrust will come to an end by September 1, 2021. Except for its own root certificate, Let’s Encrypt has been using a cross-signed certificate from IdenTrust. The decision to part ways is dubbed as the… Continue reading Standing on Our Own Two Feet – Let’s Encrypt
Hensel Hosting is a Privacy, Security and Speed focused business. We take pride in providing high value and customer satisfaction and making sure that the data you have provided and entrusted to us is in good hands. Although Facebook is the biggest social network worldwide and is used by over 2.7 billion users, comfort and… Continue reading We have decided to go Facebook Free
With the internet becoming an integral part of every business today, it has also increasingly become important that DNS servers remain stable, secure, and resilient against DNS attacks. By default, you’re most likely using your Internet Server Provider (ISP) DNS servers. DNS queries through ISP’s are vulnerable to attacks as it does not always use… Continue reading Why using special DNS Servers is beneficial?
What can you do to make your WordPress website faster? A fast loading website provides an improved user experience and higher rankings in Google and that is good for your website/business. 1. Install a caching plugin What is it? Caching ensures that your page does not have to be “made” continuously. Making it costs… Continue reading Make WordPress Websites Much Faster In 5 Steps
We offer Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates for a few years now so that together we make the internet more secure. By removing the barrier that SSL certificates cost money, and by easily installing them by pressing a button in the control panel, there is virtually no reason not to use SSL anymore. It is good to… Continue reading New Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificates – Free SSL But Beware