2FA – abbreviation for Two Factor Authentication, is one of the most popular authentication method for enhancing security of login procedures. On some websites it is mandatory, and on most other websites it is optional, like Facebook, Google, Steam, Discord. However, WordPress does not provide such feature natively. So we… Continue Reading Secure your WordPress with 2FA

Ads have been the source of income for many websites. Most, if not all, websites rely on ads to pay for the hosting/server fees, domain fees, and to make a living. While I honor what business model they adopted, I certainly do not like being forced to view ads. I’ve… Continue Reading Why you should not disable ads to view a site

RPG – Role Playing Games(Not Rocket-Propelled Grenades), has existed for as long as games existed. In video game history, there are many games that defined a completely new genre of games – JRPG, ARPG, SRPG, etc. And today, I am talking about a game, that allows you to experience different… Continue Reading Evoland – a story tells you the evolution of RPG games through an era-long story

Free VPN are everywhere, and I have been using Windscribe here now and then. I stopped using it because I figured it would clash with AdGuard badly. But I am still subscribed to their e-mails because I am still their user. Usually I would see them sending stuffs like “We… Continue Reading Windscribe releases new version of addon, and new mocking features

Sandboxie was an all-time favourite when it comes to sandboxing program on Windows. It helps us separate suspicious and unknown executables from the actual OS environment, test it, and decide whether we should keep it. It also helps defend against malware. Years ago it offered trial only, but after being… Continue Reading Sandboxie to be Open Sourced