Tools & Resources

  • 10MinuteMail – Provides you with a temporary email address to sign up for sites you don’t want spam from
  • badssl: A cool site that shows examplse of SSL errors you might encounter
  • BitWarden – This is my favorite password manager. It’s open-source, has a clean UI, and interacts with well with all browsers and phones.
  • Censys.io – Look for vulnerabilities on a website
  • Code My UI – Lots of code snippets for making your website prettier
  • Firefox Monitor – Another site to learn if your data has been breached
  • Have I Been Pwned? – This handy site lets you search through several data breaches to see if your account was exposed in a data breach.
  • howsmySSL: Rates your client(web browser's) ability to process and handle TLS
  • Internet.nl – A page to test if your website meets modern security standar
  • Mozilla SSL Configuration Generator – Interesting site that helps generate SSL configuration files for most web servers.
  • Never SSL: A web site that will never have a version SSL on it. It’s good for forcing your wireless device to connect to a poorly managed wifi network.
  • NGINX Config – Tool that generates NGINX configuration files. Great for learning more about NGINX
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  • Ninite – Personally I feel that setting up Windows is a pain. Finding the programs you want and then installing takes forever! Ninite makes this easier by doing the hard work for you.
  • Outline – Clears clutter from new articles
  • PCPartPicker – Essential tool for building a PC. Will help you locate parts and even tell you if everything is compatible.
  • Prism Break – Hide from being tracked
  • Privacy Tools – Tools to be private
  • Security Headers – Scans the security of your site, looking at https and other factors
  • UpTimeRobot – Cool tool that monitors the uptime of my websites and sends out an email alert if a site is down.