Protect your privacy

Infrastructure, resources and guides aimed at helping you to protect your privacy against global surveillance.

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Web applications to help protect your privacy

Status: stable


An alternative privacy-friendly YouTube frontend which is efficient by design.

Status: stable


Pleroma is a Twitter-style microblogging server that federates (= exchange messages with) with other servers like Mastodon. So you can stay in control of your online identity, but still talk with people on larger servers.

Status: stable


Simple, private file sharing. Send lets you share files with end-to-end encryption and a link that automatically expires. So you can keep what you share private and make sure your stuff doesn’t stay online forever.

Status: stable


Searx is a privacy-respecting metasearch engine that aggregates results from other search engines (duckduckgo, google etc). Results are proxied so your ip address is never exposed.

Status: stable


The to-do app to organize your life. Vikunja is an open-source, self-hosted to-do list application for all platforms.

Status: stable


Bitwarden offers the easiest and safest way for teams and individuals to store and share sensitive data from any device. Your private information is protected with end-to-end encryption before it ever leaves your device.

Status: stable


Libreddit is a private front-end like Invidious but for Reddit. Browse the coldest takes of r/unpopularopinion without being tracked.

Status: stable


Nitter is a alternative Twitter front-end focused on privacy.

Status: stable


PrivateBin is a minimalist, open source online pastebin where the server has zero knowledge of pasted data. Data is encrypted in the browser using 256bit AES.