Privacy toolkit

Your source for the best Privacy Tools on the web.

Browser Extensions

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uBlock Origin

uBlock Origin is a free and open source, cross-platform browser extension for content-filtering, including ad-blocking. The extension is available for several browsers: Safari, Chrome, Chromium, Edge, Firefox, and Opera

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HTTPS Everywhere

HTTPS-Everywhere ensures that you Automatically use HTTPS connection instead of HTTP. wich isn't save.

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With NoScript you can protect yourself against XSS and Clickjacking attacks

Web Browsers

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Mozilla Firefox is a free and open-source web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation and its subsidiary.With Firefox you can customize your web experience.


Tor Browser

Tor Browser is a modified Firefox that protect users' privacy.

Search Engines

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DuckDuckGo is an Internet search engine that emphasizes protecting searchers' privacy and avoiding the filter bubble of personalized search results.

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Disconnect lets you visualize & block the invisible websites that track you.


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ProtonVPN is a security focused FREE VPN service, developed by CERN and MIT scientists. Use the web anonymously, unblock websites & encrypt your connection.

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Mullvad is a VPN service that helps keep your online activity, identity and location private. Only €5/month.

Anonymous Networks

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I2P is an anonymous overlay network - a network within a network. It is intended to protect communication from dragnet surveillance and monitoring by third parties such as ISPs.

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Freenet is a peer-to-peer platform for censorship-resistant communication and publishing. Browse websites, post on forums, and publish files within Freenet with strong privacy protections.


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ProtonMail is a free and web-based encrypted email service founded in 2013 at the CERN research facility by Jason Stockman, Andy Yen and Wei Sun. ProtonMail is designed as a zero-knowledge system, using client-side encryption to protect emails and user data before they are sent to ProtonMail servers, in contrast to other common webmail services such as Gmail and Hotmail. ProtonMail is run by Proton Technologies AG, a company based in the Canton of Geneva, and its servers are located at two locations in Switzerland, outside of US and EU jurisdiction.

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Tutanota is an open-source end-to-end encrypted email software and freemium hosted secure email service. Tutanota is developed and provided by a German company, Tutao GmbH, since 2011.


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Signal uses your existing number, doesn't require a password, and leverages privacy-preserving contact discovery to immediately display which of your contacts are reachable with Signal. Under the hood, it uses ZRTP, a well-tested protocol for secure voice communication.



ChatSecure is a free and open source messaging app that features OTR encryption over XMPP. You can connect to your existing accounts on Facebook or Google, create new accounts on public XMPP servers (including via Tor), or even connect to your own server for extra security.


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VeraCrypt is an open-source freeware utility used for on-the-fly encryption. It can create a virtual encrypted disk within a file or encrypt a partition or (under Microsoft Windows except Windows 8) the entire storage device with pre-boot authentication.

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DNSCrypt is a network protocol designed by Frank Denis and Yecheng Fu, which authenticates Domain Name System traffic between the user's computer and recursive name servers.


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Ars Technica is a website covering news and opinions in technology, science, politics, and society, created by Ken Fisher and Jon Stokes in 1998. It is often confused with ARS Electronics. It publishes news, reviews, and guides on issues such as computer hardware and software, science, technology policy, and video games.

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Reddit is an American social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website. Reddit's registered community members can submit content such as text posts or direct links. Content entries are organized by areas of interest called "subreddits". Subreddit topics include news, science, gaming, movies, music, books, privacy, image-sharing, and many others.