Use Tor (Encrypted Browser, Proxy and Protocol).Use Tails (Secure OS).Use Signal (Secure Messaging App).Use Burner Emails.Use a VPN (A Non Logging and Non 14 Eyes Virtual Private Network).Don't Log In Unnecessarily.Use Private Browsing Modes.Use Duck Duck Go (Secure Search Engine with a Strict No Following Rule).Disable Telemetry Everywhere When Possible.Pair a VPN with something else, … Continue reading 10 Anonymity Rules
Hi, how are you? Today i would like to update a post i did a few years ago and so here we are. First before i start the post, there will be links down below for those interested in protecting themselves, families, businesses and their data from hackers. If you are in a hurry take … Continue reading The Best Password Guide: Updated!
Debunked! Hey guys! How are you doing? I am back with another post. Today i want to debunk, and explain how Tor and Proxy chains work. What they are. And how to truly become anonymous. Anonymity is an interesting protective weapon, whether inside or outside the computer network. In this post I’ll introduce two basic … Continue reading Tor, Proxychains and VPNs
First stable version of the Tor browser for Android IS now available on Google Play Store On May 22nd 2019, the Tor Project released the stable version of Tor Browser for Android on Google’s Play Store, which is now available as a free download. For those unaware, Tor is a network technology that preserves users’ … Continue reading Official Tor Browser Launched on The Play Store
Hi guys, how are y'all doing? Today we will talk about privacy, anonymity and security. As i mentioned in the previous post The Password Guide. Edward Snowden the guy who aired out the dirty laundry of several large corporations, who are reading, seeing and hearing every piece of data in the world. And i know … Continue reading Privacy, Anonymity and Security: The Wonderful Threes Part 1
Hey guys, How are you doing? Today i would like to touch on a topic for white hats, green hats and penetration testing/ethical hacking enthusiasts out there. Hacking and Pentesting using your smartphone. Now before we start I'd like to point out a few things:- First many fail to see the potential of their smartphones, … Continue reading Using Android as a hacking platform: no root