In this ~lite episode of Chit Chat Across the Pond, Bart Busschots explains why it’s a good idea to have an email address on your own domain. Then he digs deep into all of the different technologies involved in owning a domain, forwarding email, explains MX and NS records, and how to make sure you’re […]Continue readingMore Tag
CCATP #721 – Bart Busschots on PBS Tibit 4 of Y — Rethinking a Web App – from Web Server to Cloud Stack
Over the past few months, podfeet.com went through a period of really poor performance. My site hadn’t been snappy in the last few years with page loads of up to 6 seconds, but it hit a tipping point where it was taking in excess of 40 seconds for pages to load. William Reveal and Bart […]Continue readingMore Tag
Podfeet is Wicked Fast Now!
New vs Old Web Server CPU Load I have something VERY exciting to tell you about, and instead of telling a 2500-word story first and saving the punch line, I’m going to tell you the news first. I’m still going to tell the 2000-word story but you just won’t have to wait for the dramatic […]Continue readingMore Tag
CCATP #678 – Matt Campbell on Accessibility Overlays & Cloudflare Remote Browser Isolation
Matt Campbell is a blind software developer who has specialized in making computers more accessible to blind people for over 20 years. He was the lead developer for Serotek for 15 years, where he developed several affordable and easy-to-use products, including a Windows screen reader and an online community for blind people. More recently, he […]Continue readingMore Tag
Security Bits — 27 December 2020 – Oblivious DNS over HTTPS or ODoH
Deep Dive — Cloudflare & Apple add Privacy to Secure DNS with ODoH Cloudflare, Apple, & hosting company Fastly have collaborated to create a new secure and private DNS specification that extends DNS over HTTPS (DoH). They’ve both released the spec, and released sample implementations of the various components in Ruby and Go. The Problem […]Continue readingMore Tag
Security Bits – 15 November 2018
Followups 1 — The Windows 10 Fall 2018 has been Re-released After having to withdraw the update due to a bug that led to accidental file deletions in a very small number of edge cases, Microsoft have now released a fixed version — arstechnica.com/…Continue readingMore Tag
Which DNS Resolver Should I Use?
This content was originally posted as part of the Chit Chat Across the Pond podcast on 14 April 2018 but since the subject is evergreen it is repeated here as a permanent Page. The tutorial was written completely by Bart Busschots of bartb.ie. Introduction In this page, Bart teaches us about DNS Resolvers and helps […]Continue readingMore Tag
CCATP #533- Bart Busschots on Choosing a DNS Resolver
In this “Lite” version of Chit Chat Across the Pond (within a NosillaCastaway’s definition of Lite), Bart teaches us about DNS Resolvers and helps give us the information to choose the right one for us. To get us there he starts by explaining the background technologies. He explains DNS and how there’s two kinds of […]Continue readingMore Tag