Links

Dig Deeper

One of the best sites on privacy. Check out specially its articles “How to choose a browser for everyday use?” and the e-mail providers comparison. You’ll be appalled to know how much data popular browsers like Firefox or Chrome, and even other so-called privacy-respecting web browsers like Brave are indeed spying on you! The same applies to most e-mail providers.

A Defensive Computing Checklist by Michael Horowitz

Here you'll find all about defensive computing in a nutshell, from Amazon to Zoom.

Browser Leaks

Several security testing tools that will show you what kind of personal identity data your web browser is leaking, and how to protect yourself from this.

ShieldsUP!

An internet vulnerability test. If you use Windows, you'll be surprised on how many "holes" your system has!

VPN Comparison

First things first: if you don't know what is a VPN or why should you use one, check out this article.

A pity that this website now is full of sponsored links. That's why I'm pointing you directly to the download link of its very detailed VPN comparison table (it’s on Excel format), to help you make a more informed choice about the VPN most fitted to your activities. You’ll see that some renowned and pricey VPNs are not that great!

Exodus—Privacy Audit for Android Apps

Exodus analyzes Android apps and lists the embedded trackers. Just type in the name of the app and it will tell you how many trackers it has. A tracker is a piece of software meant to collect data about you or your usages and is a red flag on how an app respects your privacy.

Free Ransomware Decryption Tool by Emsisoft

They say they unlock your files without having to pay neither the ransom nor the service. I suppose it’s only for private individuals. I must acknowledge, I’ve never had to use such a kind of service (fortunately). But just in case  you know someone who needs it.

Data Protection and Privacy Legislation Worldwide

Service provided by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). For those looking for privacy regulations around the world. But take care, legislation from some countries is outdated.