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Month: January 2017

Suitcase Setup for Securing Firearms

Suitcase Setup for Securing Firearms

I recently wrote a piece for the Lucky Gunner Lounge about air travel with firearms. It was a general article, mostly concerning the legalities of transporting firearms by air. In it I mentioned a couple different ways to secure your stuff: a big, locked case holding everything, or a small pistol case inside a regular suitcase. I use both methods, depending on where I’m traveling and what and how much stuff I’m bringing. Today I do want to go into…

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Another Reason to Use Cash

Another Reason to Use Cash

I was recently in a taxi in Seattle. As the taxi made it’s way through the city’s crowded streets I happened to looked down at the interior of the rear passenger-side door. A placard placed on the door validated one of the many reasons I prefer to use cash as much as possible.

Complete Privacy & Security Podcast E015

Complete Privacy & Security Podcast E015

Complete Privacy & Security Podcast Episode 15: Privacy.com CEO Bo Jiang This week’s episode of The Complete Privacy & Security Podcast is now available. This week, we sit down with Bo Jiang, the CEO of Privacy.com. Bo also sent us a little gift right after the interview:

PW Managers: KeePass on Windows

PW Managers: KeePass on Windows

Today I’m going to take a short break from the iOS 10 series. This post is a brief tutorial to help get you started with KeePass on your Windows machine. Last week I covered KeePassX, and much the chagrin of Mac users like myself, KeePass actually offers a few more options.

iOS 10 General Settings

iOS 10 General Settings

The “General” settings tab in iOS contains many settins that impact security and privacy. This post will explore the iOS 10 General settings. It will also cover Display & Brightness settings which contains one step that is crucial to security, so please read all the way to the bottom.

Hotel Room Security Tip

Hotel Room Security Tip

I haven’t written about physical security in some time, but recently I was in a hotel in San Francisco and experienced a very small physical security issue. This is an issue that you have probably confronted at some point, unawares. Fortunately, it is easily correctable if you follow my one simple hotel room security tip: