The Future of PrivacyTools
I've found yet another interesting open source encrypted messaging platform called Hyalus.
Pretty good looking so far, especially for beta.
A Google Firebase alternative called Appwrite.
An app that prevents device tamper forensic tools from law enforcement by wipping your phone.
Has anyone else seen Cloudflare's new CAPTCHA replacement?
(Requires a physical security key USB)
Threema going fully open source, multi-device support, and new partnership.
"Beaker is an experimental peer-to-peer Web browser."
Threema now has video calls.
"World's 1st Decentralized VPN & Firewall- For life"
RIP to the Invidio.us instance.
"Cloudflare DNS goes down, taking a large piece of the internet with it"
I ran into a new encrypted email service on F-Droid called CTemplar. Not bad.
I added a link to my Mastodon profile to add me on Session since I like it.
Me likey this. The website needs some privacy work such as no CloudFlare or connection to other servers.
But this is great. Signal without the phone number or centralized server.
I will no longer be using anything that requires a phone number. (Such as Signal or Telegram)
The virtual phone number I used for years from TextNow was magically taken away from me.
There goes any account with that number on it, and TextNow makes it impossible to signup or even login using a VPN or staying anonymous.
Just like if someones company uses Google, I will refuse to use it.
(Stingle Photos on F-Droid)
➥ You're a human, not a product.
➥ Never trust a company like Google.
➥ Trust no-one. (Besides me)
➥ Follow me.