# UNIX, Security, and Privacy

### Securing iOS Mail

https://cryptomonkeys.com/2015/09/securing-ios-mail/ 2015-09-20

Securing your mail keeps other people from being able to get your (email) password, or read the email as it goes between the server and your iOS device.

### h2o and HTTP/2

https://cryptomonkeys.com/2015/09/h2o-and-http-2/ 2015-09-14

The HTTP/21 RFC (7540)2 is now 4 months old (May, 2015).

### Locking down the iPhone

https://cryptomonkeys.com/2015/09/locking-down-the-iphone/ 2015-09-01

By default, Apple devices are moderately secure.

### FreeBSD Install

https://cryptomonkeys.com/2015/08/freebsd-install/ 2015-08-31

Sometimes, people think that installing an operating system is complicated, or scary.

### Pelican

https://cryptomonkeys.com/2015/08/pelican-wordpress-conversion/ 2015-08-26

This is the second post on Pelican. Its not exactly in the order I’ve been doing it, but its easier than jumping back and forth.

### blockdiag and OS X

https://cryptomonkeys.com/2015/08/osx-blockdiag/ 2015-08-22

Installing blockdiag on OS X is fairly straight forward. A couple pip commands later and you’ll be done.

### iPhone dBm

https://cryptomonkeys.com/2015/08/iphone-dbm/ 2015-08-22

iPhone: Ever feel tricked by your phone’s signal bars into thinking you have a better reception that you actually do?