Prepare for Liftoff: Internet Privacy & Cyber Security

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  • SimpleLogin

    The SimpleLogin back-end

    Some of the providers I personally use are: Protonmail,, AnonAddy, and SimpleLogin.

  • Reddit-Enhancement-Suite

    Reddit Enhancement Suite

    If you’re ready to switch, you can try Apollo on iOS, Boost on Android, and Reddit Enhancement Suite on desktop. Alternatively, you can switch to Reddit’s old design that many Redditors prefer even now. You can switch to old Reddit by simply going, but if you want old Reddit to stick, go to account settings and enable Opt out of the redesign.

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  • duckduckgo-locales

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    And please, please, please STOP using Google. Use DuckDuckGo as your primary search engine. It's just as good as Google and doesn't censor or track you. To change on pretty much any browser for mobile or desktop, go to Settings > Search Engine > DuckDuckGo. Easy as that.

  • Cryptomator

    Multi-platform transparent client-side encryption of your files in the cloud

    First, I would utilize a FOSS program like Cryptomator. What this does is create an encrypted space where you can throw in anything and everything and then lock it. This space can also be stored in a Google Drive account (or any online storage really), while actually remaining encrypted. Create and store the random-gen password in your Bitwarden account. And guess what?! This is also available for all major devices.

  • AnonAddy

    Anonymous email forwarding

    Some of the providers I personally use are: Protonmail,, AnonAddy, and SimpleLogin.

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