Who Is Selling My Data?

by Ciphas While I know this blog is primarily about the “dark web,” I think it’s easy to forget that the purpose of the dark web is privacy and anonymity (not sick stuff). As I’d mentioned in my earlier post Is Your Password on the Dark Web? Maybe., it’s easy to unknowingly have your data […]

NewPipe: A Decentralized YouTube and More

In truth, the purpose of the dark web is really anonymity (hence the word “dark”). Of course, with all of the sensational reporting about it, you wouldn’t think this is the case. This is what has kept me interested in it, two years later. In the same vein, I’ve become fascinated with other decentralized apps […]

The Great Ad Block Battle!

So, recently a reader of mine asked, on my earlier post Privacy Tools: Ghostery vs. Adblock Plus, which was the best of these two. Plus, she wanted to know what the differences between each one were. I thought this would be a good opportunity to do a comparison of not only those two extensions, but […]

‘Anonymous’ Proxy List?

I forget exactly where I found this link – I think it was either Electronic Frontier Foundation or Privacy Tools  – but it’s a list of supposedly anonymous proxy servers, generated by a set of particular search engine terms: +”:8080″ +”:3128″ +”:80″ filetype:txt This returns results for lists of proxy servers that use ports 8080, 3128, and […]

Can You Access Tor on iOS Devices?

As M. Bison would say: Thus far on my articles, I’ve mainly talked about Android devices, so maybe I’m showing a little bias. The answer, of course, is yes! What I don’t know for certain is how good the various iOS apps are, but I can at least share some of the available offerings. The […]