Privacy

Do you want to send anonymous emails while still using Gmail or other known clients? Whether you are a journalist scared for your safety or a mass marketer, sending anonymous emails with Gmail is relatively simple. In fact, we recommend it over using online apps that change your email address for you. Why? As emails such as vi2374cthor@xxxxxxxxxx.com are going to be marked as suspicious for...

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Damage related to cybercrime is projected to hit $6 trillion annually by 2021. How about that for a start to this look on online security and privacy going into 2020? In this post we are going over how our privacy and security is looking like going into 2020, what is improving, what’s a big danger, and how can we protect ourselves better whether individuals or businesses. The...

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Just heard of browser fingerprinting and got terrified? We don’t blame you. Having the ability to collect someone’s browser fingerprint is a powerful tool. A tool with the help of AI can understand our behavior better than us. In this guide, we talk browser fingerprint protection, as even though it seems like browser fingerprinting is not escapable today due to how much tracking is happening...

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The biggest myth when it comes to safety on the internet? That an IP address change is enough. Something commonly advertised and sold by VPN companies with the combo of encryption. Yes, an IP address change is a huge component of safety on the internet, as, without it, everything you do can be linked back to your IP with incredible ease, but an IP address change is...

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Incognito mode? Thought it would keep you safe? It can, but not in most cases. And if you are reading this, let’s face it, you apply to the “not in most cases.” This guide to internet privacy will walk you through why even private browsing can be traced. But also what you can do about it so that you can maintain your internet privacy. The Only Time...

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Thought privacy browsers would keep you safe? Surprise. They won’t. Web Browsers are the issue when it comes to staying safe. A Privacy Browser with a VPN Only Partly Protects You on the Internet Encryption is an important element of staying safe on the internet.  It can protect you from hackers intercepting your data with ease when you are connected to public Wi-Fi in the likes of Starbucks. Encryption...

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VPN services are becoming more and more popular and for a good reason. Safety concerns amongst safety on the internet are growing, and VPNs have done a great job of promoting themselves.  But are we perhaps not trusting them a bit too much and taking what they say for granted? In this article, we analyze why you should avoid VPN services, but also for why you...

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People have far more concern over their privacy than ever before, with far more research about privacy on the internet done than ever. Yet, nobody seems to know about browser fingerprinting, which is a crucial element of privacy on the internet.  Why is that? And is browser fingerprinting worth your concern? Why Most People Never Heard of Browser Fingerprinting Good marketing of VPN services is the reason for...

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