This looks helpful, a blocklist for malware/phishing/botnet servers related to COVID-19.
More info: https://cti-league.com/
Linux users - Bridge is here! You can now add your ProtonMail account(s) to your mail client. Learn more about it here. https://protonmail.com/blog/proton-bridge-linux-launch/
@freddyym lol yeah, definitely threw me off that the commit was merged before April 1st.
Lol this better be an April Fool’s joke
If you use this software and want to avoid sending some DNS requests to the NSA’s resolver, I’d recommend explicitly listing the resolvers you want to use rather than filtering.
Wtf the maintainer of dnscrypt-proxy recently added a DNS-over-HTTPS resolver hosted by the NSA (doh.nsa.gov) to the public resolvers list.
😷 Disroot Covid19 Kit 😷
We are launching Covid19 Kit to help and provide services to those that seek alternatives and don't want to get caught trapped inside the walled gardens. We decided to throw in some extra services that do not require account creation into the mix.
Looks like Apple bought Dark Sky and welcoming it into their walled garden.
In a couple months, no more Android and Wear OS apps, no more forecasting and maps on https://darksky.net, and their API will be deprecated by end of the year.
“We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to reach far more people, with far more impact, than we ever could alone.”
Zoom meetings aren’t actually end-to-end encrypted, despite misleading marketing on their website, in their security white paper, and in the user interface in their app https://theintercept.com/2020/03/31/zoom-meeting-encryption/ by @yaelwrites and myself
Even though I don’t currently use an Android device, I always appreciate Stoutner’s detailed changelog entries and active development for Privacy Browser.
Download on F-Droid: https://f-droid.org/en/packages/com.stoutner.privacybrowser.standard/
@danarel good tips, thanks for sharing!
hey all, I wrote about privacy in my home for Startpage.
Having children online can seem overwhelming, but honestly we can take some simple steps to keep them safe online and ensure they aren't having their privacy rights violated.
New article on the Earn It act up on the privacytools.io blog!
Anyone in the UK, just a heads-up:
"The UK’s privacy watchdog has said the government can use personal data from people’s mobile phones to track and monitor behaviour if it helps fight the spread of coronavirus."
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