Tuesday, September 9, 2008

The Community and it's Security

I joined Nullshells 2 years ago, with one point in mind, security. Nullshells always offers the best security, with up to date servers, and encryption better than most banks. I was able to access IRC using SSL, making my connections anonymous. With the power of FreeBSD, I was able to ensure that other clients on Nullshells Networks couldn't see my files and folders, and I had peace of mind that the admins wouldn't look through my stuff.

Not only do I have secure and encrypted communication to and from the server using SSH, I can tunnel data, allowing me to surf the internet, without my identity being revealed. SSH also provided me with a place to backup my data securely, and with Nullshells data redundancy, I knew my data is always safe there.