Author: Vikash Jhagroe

Setup WireGuard client on Windows

Reading Time: 4 minutes In my blog post here I showed you how to setup and configure WireGuard VPN Server side. I that blog post I also tell you what WireGuard is and what the benefits are. If you want to know more about WireGuard or how to configure WireGuard VPN server, check my blog post here. In this

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Setup WireGuard VPN server

Reading Time: 8 minutes What is WireGuard VPN? I’m sold on WireGuard and I hope that it get used more and more in the future. That’s why in this post I will show you how to setup WireGuard VPN server and clients running on iOS and Windows. WireGuard is another Virtual Private Network (VPN) tech. It is fairly new.

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Setup Pi-Hole to protect your network and privacy

Reading Time: 10 minutes In a previous blog post of mine here I showed you that I am using Pi-Hole to protect my network and moved away from pfBlockerNG. In this blog post I will show you how to setup Pi-Hole to protect your network and privacy. What is Pi-Hole? “Pi-Hole is is a DNS sinkhole that protects your

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Moved from pfBlockerNG to Pi-Hole

Reading Time: 6 minutes The ad-free internet can exists! For a while now I have pfSense firewall running at home. I really love the performance, stability and security pfSense provides. It is just rock-solid! But let me tell you why I moved from pfBlockerNG to Pi-Hole. What I also love in pfSense is the ability to install packages and

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pfSense with routed IPTV and OpenVPN client for private internet access

Reading Time: 10 minutes What I wanted was pfSense with routed IPTV and OpenVPN client for private internet access. You know that there are a lot of prying eyes who are interested in your internet traffic. I think that what you do with your internet is your business only. So I use a VPN provider to route all my

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Added value of Citrix Endpoint Management with Microsoft EMS/Intune

Reading Time: 4 minutes What is going on? As you know, that if you do anything with Enterprise Mobility Management and Office365 apps for Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) or Company Owned Devices (COD), you can hardly do anything without Microsoft EMS/ Intune these days. We all know the most popular Office365 apps: Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. Other

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