Privacy Blog

"Friends don’t let friends get spied on.' – Richard Stallman, President of the Free Software Foundation and longtime advocate of privacy in technology.

Web Browsers

First Version of Sandboxed Tor Browser Available

To protect Tor users from FBI hacking tools that include all sorts of Firefox zero-days, the Tor Project started working on a sandboxed version of the Tor Browser in September. Over the weekend, the Tor Project released the first alpha version of the sandboxed Tor Browser. “Currently, this version is in an early alpha stage, and only available for Linux,” reports BleepingComputer. “There are also no binaries available, and users […]

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You Might Want to Use SlimJet for Safe and Secure Web Browsing

A new high-security web browser is now available for Windows and Linux, although not yet for Macintosh. There are several good reasons to switch to the FREE SlimJet web browser in place of Chrome, Opera, Firefox, or Internet Explorer. SlimJet is the ONLY browser that automatically blocks ALL ads. No plugins, opt-ins or configurations needed. You can enjoy a clean and ad-free web at lightning fast speed. Slimjet doesn’t send […]

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Get Free Unlimited VPN on the New Opera Desktop Browser

If you value your privacy and want to avoid web sites that track you, use a VPN. VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) will secure your computer’s internet connection to guarantee that all of the data you’re sending and receiving is encrypted and secured from prying eyes. It is especially useful when traveling and using untrusted wi-fi and hotel networks. I travel a lot and use a VPN in my laptop for […]

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