Become Sovran

Yet Another Full Node Guide

This is my Guide on how I run a full node.
So I know I’m not the first person to put out a how to guide on running a Bitcoin full node. There are lots out here but I’m going to throw in my lot because I've been wanting to do technical Bitcoin guides for a few reasons. First, writing actually helps me get a firmer grasp on what I'm writing about. It's kind of a learning tool for me...
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I2P: The Private Layer of the Web

When most people think of the “Dark Web” or “DarkNet” the first thing that comes to mind is probably Tor. Tor is basically a household name now; love it or hate it most people have heard of it.As you may or may not know there are a small handful of differ...
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Mirroring your existing site to the Tor network.

Back for more Tor fun. I’ve covered hosting on the Tor network in a previous post but that post is focused on hosting your .onion site on the same server that is hosting your website via a NGINX proxy. Ill be using a tool called “The Enterprise Onion Tool...
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Privacy and what its means going forward

The root idea behind data sovereignty is simple, as we move into a more digitally focused age it is becoming imperative that you take more control of your online presence. When you interact with social media, use a free email service, send a file via...
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Hosting Over Tor Via Nginx

Quick overview of Tor and some history     One way of accessing your self hosted services outside of your home network is via Tor. Tor is a privacy network, “Tor” stands for The Onion Router. Onion routing was developed by the DOD in the mid-’90s by mathe...
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Bitwarden: Self Hosted Password Manager

     What is Bitwarden? How does it work? Most importantly how does it help keep your data safe online? Bitwarden is a password manager, password managers help you generate unique passwords and store them safely. Sadly, in today’s online environment fraug...
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