OpenWRT and Latch on a Raspberry Pi


Security is one of the topics that I'm passionate about and I do not spend all the time I want, but I'm follow the best blogs about it and today Chema from Un Informático en el lado del Mal (A Computer guy on the side of Evil) has given us this excellent tutorial avout setting Latch with OpenWRT on Raspberry Pi. If you don't know what I'm talking about and want to know more, read on...

OpenWRT is basically an operating system specifically designed to provide network functionality to a computer or router that can act as a firewall, AP WiFi,sniffer, etc. Yes, you can install it on a TP-Link o Asus router or choose embedded devices such our lovely Raspberry Pi.

Latch is an online service to add a layer of security to any project: bank accounts, servers Web/ftp servers, developments,... All controlled by a panel to protect that what we protect: Our privacy. Recommended this read.

Translated Link: > Configurar Latch en OpenWRT sobre una Raspberry Pi

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