Age is modern file encryption software that is small, fast and secure. In this blog post, I’ll go over some common encryption tasks that I have historically done using PGP, except I’ll be using Age instead.
Sometimes I am asked for my opinion on whether or not computer users should be allowed to do risky things such as run old software, use certain cryptographic algorithms, or have root on their workstations.
I started blogging in December 2020. I wanted to collect my old stories, software and notes all in one place. I thought others may like the content and I was curious how popular it may be, so I setup Google Analytics to keep track of things.
Once upon a time, a government auditor insisted to me that keystroke loggers had to run as root, otherwise they would not function properly. So, I wrote a keystroke logger that ran as a normal user and showed it to him.