The Definitive Guide For Securing Chrome

This is Part 2 in a series where I’ll be detailing various settings for specific programs and operating systems. For Part 1 (Firefox) click here. I won’t get to do the Ubuntu/ Windows guides today as both of those will probably take days on their own – don’t expect them before Monday. Chrome Google Chrome is […]

The Definitive Guide For Securing Firefox

This is part 1 in a series where I’ll be detailing various settings for specific programs and operating systems. I’ll be writing a guide for Chrome, Firefox, Windows Vista/7/8, and Ubuntu 12.04 (maybe other things I can think of.) The guide will cover everything I can think of and will cover both system compromise, in-program […]

Windows Hardening Guide

Collaborative post by @0xdabbad00 (0xdabbad00.com) and @insanitybit (insanitybit.com)   Audience This guide is focused on Windows Vista, 7 and 8 systems for personal use.  This guide is not concerned with the following: – Not Windows XP or earlier because they simply do not have the security features necessary to securely use.  A lack of ASLR […]

Chrome Security Tip

I’ve written a full guide for locking down Chrome but I’d like to point this piece out in particular. We can set Chrome to block Javascript globally and then allow by top level domain (ie: .com, .org.) This means that we can block Javascript on many sites without it bothering us. By blocking Javascript on […]