Choose the country,language and framework settings
HTTPS + POST : An encrypted SSL(HTTPS) connection ensuring your privacy. The search variables like keywords, etc. are encrypted and masked. HTTPS + GET : The data transfer is enrypted but search variables displayed in the URL. HTTP + GET : Non encrypted datatransfer
SSL key exchange / Cipher
!!! Chromium based browsers might not work with the STRONG+ cipher set!!! You need to delete your settings cookie if you cannot build up an SSL connection. Try the STRONG cipher set instead. The FAST cipher set is ONLY recommended for older browser which are still using SSL3. Do not use this cipher set if you have an up to date system!
Session key extension
Bind Session to IP
These two settings will improve your session security. By giving an additional session salt and/or binding your session to your current IP address your new session will be secured individually making it almost 100% unbreakable for any random hacking attempt and man in the middle attacks! If you change one of those values your current session will be reinitiated! This means you will be logged out if you are logged in right now. Check your session security settings, if you want to kill remaining sessions. It is not recommended to bind your IP to your session if you are using a VPN/PROXY/ISP Network with altering outbound IPs since you will be logged out anytime your IP changes.
World Wide Web:
Count of search results per page
Violence Filter adult material
Parental lock: with setting a password you are activating the parental lock. You are able to reset it by typing in the correct password clicking reset and saving the settings. To use the child protection properly you need to create a separate system account for your child with no write access to cookies
Length of descriptions
Activate social platform plugins
Color style MENU: INPUT/SELECT BG: INPUT/SELECT TEXT-COLOR: HEADINGS: LINK TEXT-COLOR: CONTENT TEXT-COLOR:
Since Emails are sent as plain text messages, encrypting and signing them is crucial. Anybody sniffing the connection traffic on routes used to deliver the message could have a look at your private e-mail or manipulate contents without having to open any envelope. Therefore, this tutorial is about encrypting your e-mails using PGP (= Pretty Good Privacy). This cipher is 100% proof against cracking attempts if the algorithm and bit length for the keys are chosen well. This tutorial can be used with any popular email provider like Yahoo! Mail, G-Mail, GMX, Web.de,etc. You will not have any costs for encrypting your e-mails, pretty good ;) . You are also able to create unique signatures for e-mails, files, etc. This way, recipients can ensure the authenticity of a received e-mail.
Posted at 2014-04-27 22:43:43 ( updated at 2018-09-17 22:27:06 - $3b4sh ) in Manualsb4sh