Turbocharge your network with Zeroshell

Zero to Hero

Conclusion

This is by no means an exhaustive guide on Zeroshell, but this article should give you a taste of Zeroshell's simplicity and networking prowess. In addition to the built-in functions, you can get more services with add-ons. To include add-ons, you'll need to activate Zeroshell's special repository, either with a small donation or by various other means to help spread the word about the project [4].

Infos

  1. Zeroshell compatible hardware: https://zeroshell.org/hw/
  2. X.509 certificates and certification authority: https://zeroshell.org/x509-details/
  3. Zeroshell: http://www.zeroshell.org/openvpn-client
  4. Spread the word: http://www.zeroshell.org/activation

The Author

Mayank Sharma is a technology writer and you can read his scribblings in various geeky magazines on both sides of the pond.

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