Back In Time for Data Backups on openSUSE | Retrospective

The lack of data security is something that has recently affected some municipal governments in a negative way. Atlanta in 2018 was attacked with a ransomware and demanded $51,000 before they would unlock it. Baltimore was hit a second time this past May [2019]. I am not a security expert but in my non-expert opinion, … Continue reading Back In Time for Data Backups on openSUSE | Retrospective

Bitwarden a Secure Password Manager on openSUSE

Password managers are all the rage these days, I guess... I haven't ever been compelled to try as the password manager I have been using, my shoddy memory, has been working alright for me. The reality is, I have a lot more passwords to remember now and for those passwords I don't use as frequently, … Continue reading Bitwarden a Secure Password Manager on openSUSE