Disable captive portal phoning home on Android

What are we talking about? Each time you connect to your WLAN Access Point or turn on your mobile data, Android tries to check if you’re not only connected with it, it wants to do a check for Captive Portals. Usually a Captive Portal Check makes sense whenever you’re in a hotel or airport because in such a case you get a code/coupon to login into the WLAN, this acts like an activation/authentication process.
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Sandbox overzealous Android apps with Shelter

Shelter? Shelter is a free and open source app that employs the “Work Profile” feature of modern Android phones to provide further control and isolation between apps. Why should you use this? Apps inside shelter get a separate virtual file system that is isolated from your primary, where all your apps live. This means any sketchy big brother app you install with Shelter will have its own isolated file system and contacts (As seen in the picture).
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Get SSH login notification on Telegram - Updated

Description: A simple shell script that executes automatically once a ssh user logs into a server with SSH. The script sends a telegram message to a user of your choice. It also has features to identify the user who has just logged in. The script reports the following: Date and time. Username used to gain ssh login. The IP address of the user trying to login. The AS code of the User trying to login.
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Get SSH login notification on Signal

Description: A simple shell script that executes automatically once a ssh user logs into a server with SSH. The script sends a Signal encrypted message to a phone number of your choice. It also has features to identify the user who has just logged in. The script reports the following: Date and time. Username used to gain ssh login. The IP address of the user trying to login. The AS code of the User trying to login.
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Minute Hack: Browse Reddit with anonymity

Introduction This guide will help you use Reddit from the tor anonymity network in your terminal. To access Reddit we will use python based Reddit client called ‘rtv’ (Reddit terminal viewer) which we will run under a program called TorSocks. TorSocks is a torifying wrapper that is primarily used to redirect all the network traffic of individual SOCKS-friendly applications through the Tor network. This helps you divorce your general internet usage done in the clear web with your Reddit usage.
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