privacy software / services list

[chan] privacy
Feb 10 16:59

please help me make list of privacy / security / anonymity / darknet / cypherpunk softwares and services post here your lists and links mondo thanks

[chan] Crypto-Anarchist Federation
Feb 10 16:59

Encrypted email ProtonMail Tutanota

[chan] Crypto-Anarchist Federation
Feb 10 17:10

## Browser extensions * uMatrix (requests&cookies by type/host, user-agent, referer) * uBlock Origin * HTTPS-Everywhere * Decentraleyes * CertificatePatrol * NoScript * RequestPolicy * Canvas Defender * Privacy Badger * Random Agent Spoofer * Request Policy Continued * Self-Destructing Cookies ## cloud-stuff * ownCloud * nextCloud * tahoe-LAFS (p2p cloud storage) * syncthing ## search engines * YaCy (web search, p2p, run on your own box) * Gigablast (web search, run on your own box) * Searx (web meta search, run on your own box) ## Android * F-Droid * orbot * orweb * conversations * Linphone (see comms/crypto tools) ## special distros * Tails (anonymous live) * Whonix (another anonymous live) * Knoppix or SystemRescueCD (general live, useful for recovery/repair) * NixOS (hashable thus verifiable) * Qubes OS (VM-based hardened sandbox OS) * Subgraph OS (another hardened sandbox OS) ## comms/crypto tools * GnuPG of course * enigmail plugin (thunderbird mail) * codecrypt (post-quantum GnuPG-like) * pqpg (another post-quantum GnuPG-like) * Bitmessage * Tox (qTox/uTox) * Syndie (distributed forums) * OTR (for end-to-end encrypted instant messaging with IRC, XMPP and most common IM protocols) * Pidgin (OTR-capable multi-protocol IM client) * Ricochet (simple and excellent trustless anonymous private instant messaging, text) * Riot (client for any Matrix server) * Linphone (ZRTP-capable SIP (VoIP) client, also for Win,Mac,iOS,Android,WinMobile, supports IPv6 and serverless mode => works with cjdns) * Ring (trustless private instant messaging, text+audio+video) * Matrix (IM protocol, communications can be end-to-end encrypted, even for group chat) * Cryptodog (Fork of the old web-based cryptocat. Not so secure, more for fun, but still better than many common tools. Multi user chat rooms) * Atkie (haven't tried that one: anonymous file sharing and distributed forums system.) * Tomb (encrypted 'tombs') ## other security * firejail (application sandbox) * AppArmor (sandbox) * SELinux (sandbox) * haveged (fast entropy) * rng-tools (fast entropy) * GrSecurity (patches to the linux kernel) ## network tools * Tor * I2P * Freenet * GnuNet * ZeroNet * Freenet (massively interesting network) * cjdns (e2ee+pfs on the IP layer with auto routing and address allocation: hash(pubkey)) * iptables-related tools (packet filter firewall) * qBittorrent (torrent client that supports tor-friendly "anonymous mode") * OpenVPN/LibreVPN (not for anonymity but for real VPN use cases) * onioncat (VPN thru TOR) * fastd (tiny but secure VPN) * tinc (another VPN)

[chan] Crypto-Anarchist Federation
Feb 10 17:50

* Tutanota (end-to-end encrypted email) (https://tutanota.de) * auto-bitmessage (automatic sandbox) (https://github.com/r51n/auto-bitmessage) * Bitmessage (secure, anonymous messaging) (https://bitmessage.org) * codegroup (pronounceable codewords for voice transmission of ciphers) * cryptsetup (linux encryption) * dm-crypt (linux encryption) * enigmail plugin (thunderbird mail pgp integration) * EncryptPad (encrypted notepad) (https://github.com/evpo/EncryptPad) * freenet (anonymous darknet) * FreeNom (free top-level domains) (https://freenom.com) * GPG / GnuPG (PGP tools for encrypted email) * haveged (fast entropy for linux systems) * I2P (anonymous darknet) * keybase (PKI crypto for everyone, publicly auditable proofs of identity.) * letsencrypt (free website SSL certificate authority) * libressl (BSD port of OpenSSL, fixes many bugs and security holes) * luks (linux virtual drive encryption) * OMEGA (one-time pad encryption) http://cyanbyte.de/ * onioncat (VPN over Tor hidden services) * openssl (myriad cryptography primitives) * orbot (android) (use Tor / onion on smartphones) * orweb (android) (browser for Tor / onion on smartphones) * proxychains (force applications to use Tor) * Ricin Messenger (secure, encrypted instant messenger) * ricochet (secure, encrypted instant messenger) * rng-tools (fast entropy) * StandardNotes (https://standardnotes.org/) * Tor (anonymizing network for web browsing and hidden services) * torify (force applications to use Tor) * Tor Messenger → for IRC, XMPP * uTox (secure, encrypted instant messenger) * ZeroNet (darknet with many features)

[chan] Crypto-Anarchist Federation
Feb 11 19:18

* telnet-ssl (telnet client with ssl encryption) * scrypt (encryption 100 billion times stronger than openssl) (http://www.tarsnap.com/scrypt.html) * cryptcat (encrypted netcat) * ssss (Shamir's Secret Sharing Scheme) (http://point-at-infinity.org/ssss/) * stegsnow (whitespace steganography) * outguess (image steganography) * steghide (image steganography) * gpa (GNU Privacy Assistant, GnuPG frontend) (http://www.gnupg.org/gpa.html) * kgpg (KDE frontend for GnuPG)

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