Last July, I started creating more enhancements for Geany, which I didn’t expect to end up being many. Most of the patches (all actually) haven’t been merged to upstream, so I thought about creating my personal compilation for them instead, and it’s in geany-patches.
DNSCrypt has become the most ideal solution for having secure DNS resolving sessions. The protocol has not been submitted to IETF, but a lot of people has already started using it, and multiple client and server implementations already exist.
For the past few years I’ve been wondering why encryption systems, even though were already considered as stable on the time they were released or known to the public, mostly were still breakable either through the use of fast computing systems, or through some ingeneous tricks.