Human ♂ akc3n
I’m just an ordinary human that loves to learn, solve puzzles, and eat food.
I enjoy taking photos of nature and landscapes, leisurely peddling around on my Huffy beach cruiser bicycle in town and/or adventuring the beautiful valley’s mountain gravel paths on my hard-tail Kona bike. Exploring the local area’s hiking trails is a big part of my life.
I am also a community moderator and part of the GrapheneOS project team. I use GrapheneOS as my daily driver. I love the Secure Camera app to capture the special moments in life, with the best possibly results from my trips and outdoor experiences. While at the same time, keeping my privacy in tact and secure.
Purpose → akc3n.page
$ whatis akc3n.page
I spend a lot of time on the internet trying to dig past all the misleading and/or dishonest marketing nonsense that mainstream news media outlets and ’technical’ blogs making claims on security and privacy topics. The misinformation is often misinterpreted by the vast majority, leading to more problems then solutions in today’s society.
I decided to gather and collect as much in depth educational knowledge and technical facts from developers and security research professionals in the open-source community.
The purpose of my website is to have a place where I can layout my notes while presenting my findings in a structured and organized format; providing citations and resources at the same time. This also enables me to have quick accessibility, the ability to easily share the information during discussions on topics being covered in real-time, and to streamline my personal development growth in the subjects that I’m passionate about.
Website → akc3n.page
$ whois akc3n.page
Static HTML and CSS website powered by Hugo.
✔ Good: passed all subtests
⇒ full score in test category
✔ Good: pass on REQUIRED, RECOMMENDED or OPTIONAL subtest
⇒ first: full score
⇒ latter two: no score impact
✔ HTTPS Redirect
✔ HTTP Strict Transport Security
✔ HSTS Preloaded
✔ Content Security Policy
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