Simplify your SSH commands with SSH configuration files
Over the last couple of weeks I've built a pass-pwned extension for pass that allows you to check if your passwords have been compromised in a security breach.
A very simple bash script for searching Troy Hunt's pwnedpasswords.
Encrypting an Ubuntu Server that you have physical access is a fairly easy and straight forward process. But what happens if you don't have physical access to the server? How do you enter the passphrase to unlock the drive during boot?