Dear PTIO community: after quite some work in the last few days, we are proud to show you our new browser recommendations! We now list recommendations for desktop Android and iOS!
See for yourself:https://www.privacytools.io/browsers/#browser
Greetings, the PTIO team
Tor Browser for Android 8.5.6 is out now. The latest version for Linux, macOS, and Windows is still 8.5.5.
This update fixes an issue with the aarch64 version, mostly on Android 9, which caused a crash on launch. Apologies to all who were affected.
Slicing onions: Part 1 - Myth-busting Tor. https://write.privacytools.io/my-thoughts-on-security/slicing-onions-part-1-myth-busting-tor
Slicing Onions: Part 2 - Onion recipes; VPN not required. https://write.privacytools.io/my-thoughts-on-security/slicing-onions-part-2-onion-recipes-vpn-not-required
New @privacytools blog post especially for iOS users! ✨ Here's how to enable DNS over HTTPS using any custom provider, including the ones we recommend:
So electron improved their security features with the recent version 5, but by doing this broke tons of applications because they either need User Namespaces or an SUID executeable (to launch proper isolated subprocesses).
#Signal Desktop noticed this problem and as well and "fixed" it in the worst way possible:
On the other hand #Riot Desktop did a proper fix, which enables an SUID bit on this binary: https://github.com/vector-im/riot-web/commit/56674ea70849b3a793fa7b862945163aa10b36b8
Privacy, freedom of expression, and access to information are human rights, yet these rights are denied online around the world.
You can help by running a Tor bridge. #RunTorBridges https://blog.torproject.org/run-tor-bridges-defend-open-internet
Command Line App For Downloading YouTube Videos
Vim Macros Make The Impossible Possible