Category: Anonymity

Post anonymous encrypted Twitter messages with AnonTwi

AnonTwi is an open source project to encrypt Twitter and Identi.ca public and private messages hiding the poster’s computer IP. The program interacts with Twitter API using SSL, which stops ISP eavesdropping for certain keywords, connection to Twitter servers can be anonymised with a socks or tor proxy …

Review of VPN provider Kepard

Kepard is a new comer to the crowded VPN arena, they have not been around for long but show some commitment to their business having invested in an easy to navigate website, various VPN locations across continents and an user friendly VPN client that works in Windows, Linux, …

Anonymous operating system Whonix

Whonix is an anonymous operating system based on Virtual Box, Debian Linux and tor proxy, Whonix consists of two virtual machines, one dedicated to run a tor proxy acting as a gateway and the second one called Whonix-Workstation located in a completely isolated network. The system has been …

Anonymous messenger chat with jTorchat

jTorchat, standing for Java Torchat, is a rewrite of Torchat, a decentralized anonymous P2P messenger that works over the tor network. Being written in Java means that the code is easily carried across platforms, jTorchat should work in any operating system that has Java installed (Linux, Windows, BSD, …

Anonymous Internet surfing with Liberté Linux

Liberté Linux is a small (220MB) Gentoo based secure oriented distribution available as a live CD, live USB thumbdrive, installable or Open Virtualization Bundle (.ova) compatible with Virtualbox and VMWare. This operating system enables people to anonymously communicate with others via chat (Pidgin+OTR, XChat) or email and browse …

Host a tor server entirely in RAM with Tor-ramdisk

Tor-ramdisk is a tiny Linux distribution (5MB) developed by the IT department at D’Youville College (USA) to securely host a tor proxy server in RAM memory, it can run in old diskless hardware and it will stop a forensic analysis from people stealing or seizing a tor server. …

FBI seizes anonymous remailer from Rise Up Network facilities

A server physically located in a collocation facility in New York shared by left leaning organizations Rise Up Networks&May First/People Link was seized two days ago, 18th April, by the FBI turning up with a search warrant. The server belonged to the “European Counter Network“, an Italian group …