I wanted to be able to store all of my ProtonMail emails locally for archival purposes, with the intention of running a local content search whenever I needed something retrieving.
I’m going to talk through my steps. There’s plenty of tutorials out there for email services such as; Gmail, Hotmail etc. But not much around ProtonMail, especially using a headless instance.
ProtonMail Bridge is an open-source piece of software built by the Proton Team to create a dummy IMAP server locally, with a sole purpose of decrypting your emails locally to enable you to use a desktop email client such…
We’re going to cover setting up a Wireguard VPN on your home server or cloud service. For secure remote access to your internal network, or a cheap, secure connection to a cloud service for some increased privacy when browsing online.
VPN’s don’t make you anonymous, there’s a lot of stigma around this. Here’s some helpful information if you want to read into this some more.
I initially found setting up Wireguard confusing. Keys kept getting mixed up, I had no way of sending public keys between devices so that I could set up a client on my mobile device etc..
This article will cover setting up your own self-hosted Standard Notes instance and routing your instance through nginx to allow for public exposure.
We’ll also go over self-hosting Standard Notes Extensions to allow you to use extensions within your instance, such as a Markdown editor or secure spreadsheets
Standard Notes is a free, open-source, and completely encrypted notes app. Being open-source, allows anyone to self-host their own Standard Notes server. Which means that you own all of your data, on your server.
Standard Notes is great for a secure, private, encrypted note-taking solution. Even without self-hosting, all notes are E2E…
This article will cover setting up your own self-hosted Bitwarden instance with Docker and configuring ngnix to allow for public exposure for cross-device access to your vault.
Bitwarden is a free and open-source password management service that stores sensitive information such as website credentials in an encrypted vault. The Bitwarden platform offers a variety of client applications including a web interface, desktop applications, browser extensions, mobile apps, and a CLI.
I use Bitwarden as my main password vault. It stores my card details for automating the filling out of payment forms. Saves me from having to find or remember my…