Like it or not we need to start using encryption in everyday tasks. Privacy is a fundamental right and “I have nothing to hide” is a bullshit argument for not using encryption and has nothing to do with privacy. Most of us, 99% of the time, have nothing to hide, but that doesn’t mean we should give everything away, for free, on a silver fucking platter.
Email encryption is easy, and you won’t have to spend a dime as we’re going to use only free and open source tools.
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A free and privacy-friendly temporary email account
Quick tip: Sometimes you need to signup for a service with an email address to confirm the user registration. When that time comes, it’s a good idea not to use your personal email.
You should take a look at 10 minute Mail, a service that generates a 10-minute email account for you.
an open source desktop YouTube player built with privacy in mind
This is just a short and sweet update on my “HOW TO: Break Up With Google” post. For most people the hardest thing to do, when breaking up with Google, is to move away from YouTube.
What most people don’t realize ( including myself until a couple of months ago ) is that you can use RSS with YouTube. Check how to do it here.
The app is still in beta, and there’s some bugs ( like using Tor for API calls does not work and max video resolution is 720p ) but for the most part works great. Also keep in mind that if you have a ton of subscriptions, when you open the app, it will take some time to load all the subscriptions. Also, I THINK, it will bypass geo-restrictions. Not sure though, as I’ve not come across any geo-restricted videos to test it out.
- Watch videos without ads
- Make API calls through the Tor network
- Subscribe to channels without an account
- Local subscriptions, history, and saved videos
- Export & import subscriptions
- Open videos from your browser directly into FreeTube (with extension)
- Mini Player
- Light / dark theme
Learn more and download FreeTube on the project’s github page.
Onyx for macOS Mojave now available
Onyx is now available for macOS Mojave. If you’re not familiar with the tool, Onyx is a multifunction utility for macOS that allows you to verify the startup disk and the structure of its system files, to run miscellaneous tasks of system maintenance, to configure some hidden parameters of the Finder, Dock, QuickTime, Safari, Mail, iTunes, login window, Spotlight, and many of Apple’s applications, to delete caches, to remove a certain number of files and folders that may become cumbersome, and more.
Download Onyx here.
Do you want to record a video of your iOS device’s screen?
Do you want to record a video of your iOS device’s screen? To be entirely honest nowadays it is easier than ever before to do so as iOS 11 has its very own built-in screen recorder.
Still as you’ll soon see it helps to know all your options – and there are a number of them.
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