@blacklight447 Is Taking Over PrivacyTools Service Administration
Over the last 2 years, onion service usability has become a primary feature of Tor Browser. The security and improved usability of onion services are the reason we can run an onion adoption campaign like #MoreOnionsPorfavor.
Read our latest blog post:
Does anyone know whats going on with Umatrix? The official repo has been archived: https://github.com/gorhill/uMatrix
Support for v2 onion services will be removed from SecureDrop in February 2021. Journalists and admins, if you see this warning when accessing your SecureDrop, it's time to migrate to v3 onion services:
PrivacyTools’s PeerTube instance is online! Create an account, kick back, and enjoy some @techlore content 😆 https://tube.privacytools.io/videos/watch/playlist/f35eaa03-867d-4062-996e-1c812be87f74?videoId=cc0871d9-4e46-42d7-bce1-d13a24b077c9
Yikes, a scary email phishing attempt for this person’s GitHub credentials. Shows how using a browser web extension for your password manager can help detect this by its autofilling.
Very proud of the decision by @Tutanota to be no longer listed on the copperhead OS webpage once they heard about the history of the company. I wish more companies were vigilant like this. Way to go guys!
@switchingsoftware have you thought about listing graphene os next to lineage os on your site, its a security focused android rom which is open source :)
PrivacyTools has updated their DNS page to the new card style!
If you are looking for a DNS providers, this page has all the resources you need:
Monthly review, May 2020:
– news: attacks on hardware, Permissions Policy
– tip: auto-mounting a secondary LUKS-protected disk
– internal: 2020 spring cleaning
"Normal web browsing is easy with Tor... once you're in, you can use Tor just as you would any other browser."
Pretty bold move 😆
Read ‘Why you don’t need a VPN’ - the first post in our blog series ‘VPN Worst Practices’. It covers misleading marketing messages and common misconceptions on what VPNs are useful for. https://www.ivpn.net/blog/why-you-dont-need-a-vpn/
Looks like MySudo is finally available for Android:
Localization co-leader Qubes OS project
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