Internet – mobile device Security

We Are Blackphone

February 19, 2015

blackphoneAnonymous Extreme Secure Encrypted Private Waterproof Shockproof Android Cell Phone

If privacy is important to you, the Blackphone is almost certainly what you're after in a mobile device. Besides, you don't have much choice currently. One thing I'm still coming to terms with, however, is the concept of selling peace of mind. As Edward Snowden continues to leak information about how the NSA and other national government agencies were/are hoovering up every bit of personal data available to them, digital privacy has never been a hotter topic. With people wanting more control over how their data is handled, it was inevitable that products like the Blackphone would appear.

Internet - Mobile Device Security

File-Sharing Alternatives to Drop Box:

Mega File-Sharing Site Launches with User Controlled Encryption

Mobile Phone Privacy by WhisperSystems (Open Source Free Software)

RedPhone - provides end-to-end encryption for your calls, securing your conversations so that nobody can listen in.

Internet file sharing: MEGA

Mega file-sharing site where only “you control the encryption, you hold the keys, and you decide who you grant or deny access to your files.

Browser App for Firefox:

This app will allow you to install MEGA into your browser. It will reduce loading times, improve download performance and strengthen security.

Snowden urges internet users to Get Rid of Dropbox

October 13, 2014

Edward Snowden has hit out at Dropbox and other services he says are “hostile to privacy,” urging web users to abandon unencrypted communication and adjust privacy settings to prevent governments from spying on them in increasingly intrusive ways.

“We are no longer citizens, we no longer have leaders. We’re subjects, and we have rulers,” Snowden told The New Yorker magazine in a comprehensive hour-long interview. source: