At GreyCoder we test privacy-friendly services, and we explain how to be private online.
This article is good introduction to making your online life more private and secure.
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A Recommended Privacy Set-Up
- A computer from ThinkPenguin with Elementary OS (Linux)
- An email account from Tutanota with email client Thunderbird
- Firefox for a web browser, with these add-ons: uBlock Origin, HTTPs Everywhere, Self-Destructing Cookies, BetterPrivacy and LastPass
- DuckDuckGo as a search engine, with StartPage as a backup
- Seafile as an encrypted cloud provider
- ExpressVPN as a VPN
- A Blackphone as a mobile device
More details can be found in our article The Best Privacy-Friendly Apps & Services.
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These are the tools we use to run this website:
- WordPress Host: WebSynthesis
- WordPress Theme: The X Theme by Themeco
- Image Compression: TinyPNG
- Content Delivery Network: MaxCDN
- Social Network Automation: OnlyWire
- Web Stats: Clicky
- WordPress Site Search: Relevanssi Pro
- Broken Link Checker: Screaming Frog
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