Become Anonymous Online Steps, not even your government or ISP can track you
1. VPN with kill switch enabled
2. Firefox with addons
3. Secure Password Manager and never use the same password anywhere else
4. New encrypted email address not linked to your identity
5. VOIP number for app verification, free via Google Voice
5. Only use encrypted messaging apps such as Signal or Telegram with Tor
Web Browser Guide for better Privacy
1. Firefox: Reliable, fast and privacy friendly
It’s recommended to install additional browser addons to strengthen Firefox even more. Firefox is able to sync across all your devices on different platforms. Firefox is not the perfect out of the box solution but It’s definitely worth it to take the extra time and setup Firefox properly.
VPN Privacy Guide: The best and most reliable VPN Services
The best VPN service in 2022. PureVPN leads the industry with its massive network of more than 6500 encrypted VPN servers, around 300000 anonymous IPs.
Privacy Browser Addon Guide
1. HTTPS Everywhere: Secure Connections
This plugin is already included in Brave (Desktop & Mobile), Tor (Desktop & Android) and Onion Browser (iOS only). It can be installed for Firefox on Android. Most browsers support HTTPS already after activation.
2. Decentraleyes: Block Content Delivery Networks
Emulates Content Delivery Networks locally by intercepting requests and injecting it into the environment. Automatically, and no configuration required. Can be installed for Firefox on Android.
3. ClearURLs: Automatically remove tracking elements from URLs
Removes tracking from URLs automatically in the background. Lightweight and useful.
4. xBrowserSync: Encrypted bookmarks across devices and browsers
No sign up is required and no personal data is ever collected. To start syncing simply download xBrowserSync for your desktop browser or mobile platform, enter an encryption password and click Create New Sync!
5. Cookie AutoDelete: Automatically Delete Cookies
When a tab closes, any cookies not being used are automatically deleted. Keep the ones you trust (forever/until restart) while deleting the rest. Also available for Chrome.
Secure Password Manager Guide
1. Bitwarden: Easy to use, modern, cross platform and convenient
Bitwarden is our top choice. You can import your previous passwords from other password managers with ease. Free for personal use. Available for Desktop, all Browsers, Android and iOS.
2. LessPass: Securely generated passwords with no storage or snyc needs
If you like Bitwarden but don’t like syncing or storage of passwords then LessPass is your choice. Browsers, mobile phones and the command line are supported platforms.
Privacy Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) Guide
1. Aegis Authenticator: Encryption, Organization and Backups for Android
2. Raivo OTP: Easy-to-use and lightweight with sync for iOS
There is also a MacOS app available to automatically and securely copy one-time passwords tapped in Raivo OTP for iOS to the clipboard of your Mac. Works across multiple iCloud accounts.
A Guide to Privacy Email Providers
1. ProtonMail: Secure email for the independent professional
Based in Switzerland, founded in 2013. Free and paid plans include all security features, including end-to-end encryption, zero-access encryption, anti-phishing, anti-spam and 2FA. Own Android, iOS Apps and web interface. Paid plans enable custom domains.
Encrypted and Secure Instant Messaging Guide
1. Signal: Cross-platform and encrypted messaging
Similar look and feel of WhatsApp and other commonly used messaging apps, makes switching easy. Signal requires your phone number as an personal identifier.
Telegram is a messaging app with a focus on speed and security, it’s super-fast, simple and free. You can use Telegram on all your devices at the same time — your messages sync seamlessly across any number of your phones, tablets or computers.