Email: [Firebase] Client access to your Cloud Firestore database expiring in X day(s)

The easiest way to overcome this expiry is to change the date in the rules after logging into the account:match /{document=**} {// from previous date 2020, 11, 11 to new date 2021, 12, 11allow read, write: if request.time < timestamp.date(2021, 12, 11);} However, do note that it is important to drop access using this method … Continue reading Email: [Firebase] Client access to your Cloud Firestore database expiring in X day(s)

There’s something about TRIM in LinuxMint or Ubuntu Linux

Got a new PCIe NVMe SSD device? It starts lagging after a few months of use on Linux Mint and to optimize it, do the following after opening a terminal window $ journalctl | grep fstrim.service <enter>This will display when the TRIM was last executed. It normally does this once a week. Verify when the … Continue reading There’s something about TRIM in LinuxMint or Ubuntu Linux

How to install Signal on the Linux Mint 20.1 or Ubuntu

After the WhatsApp privacy changes, many folks have installed the Signal app on their Android devices. Signal also has a desktop client, where Signal can be installed and used on a computer. To install the Linux version, open a terminal window and enter the following commands: Set up the repository$ wget -O- https://updates.signal.org/desktop/apt/keys.asc | sudo … Continue reading How to install Signal on the Linux Mint 20.1 or Ubuntu

How to install wine stable from winehq on Linux Mint 20 or Ubuntu

The wine package in the Ubuntu Linux repository is version 5, but running applications from it, cannot connect to the internet. It was found that upgrading to wine version in the winehq repository solved this error. To install wine from winehq, open a terminal window and enter the following commands: $ sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 … Continue reading How to install wine stable from winehq on Linux Mint 20 or Ubuntu

How to check if user name or ID has been compromised in a data breach

When data breaches occur, there are various kinds of data that get compromised. The most critical data that can get compromised is the user name or ID or the password. All is not lost due to a great service hosted by Troy Hunt. Use https://haveibeenpwned.com/ to check if the User name or user ID appears … Continue reading How to check if user name or ID has been compromised in a data breach

Remember History in Firefox 75+ and private browser windows

Mozilla Firefox 75+ has made a change in the way it determines whether web sites open in a private window or not. This is now tied in with the "Remember History" option in Preferences -> Privacy and Security option. To enable Private Windows all the time, select "Never Remember History", but to disable private windows, … Continue reading Remember History in Firefox 75+ and private browser windows

How to save an email in the .eml format

To save an email in the .eml format, follow the steps below: Login to the email accountIf Conversation view is enabled, then disable it. In GMail, this is in the Settings optionDownload the email as .eml format. Once above steps are done, the email is available in the .eml format. In some email services, this … Continue reading How to save an email in the .eml format