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Category archives: privacy enhancing technologies
Mainstream Internet comes to Tor – who’s next?
A couple of years ago I started a list of organisations I thought should run Tor relays or exit nodes. I found it again this weekend. Organisations who should run Tor nodes (exit or relay): (ordered by likelihood of it happening) Mozilla EFF Amnesty International Privacy International Reuters (for their journalists and correspondents and for […]
Some thoughts on PGPMailer
Here are a few thoughts on the PGPMailer, a contact for websites. From reading the documentation, it looks like it uses GnuPG to encrypt the message on the server, before it sends it to the recipient (the contact form owner). A couple of options for the contact form – Issue: User awareness of security If […]
Suggested (small) change for EFF’s HTTPS Everywhere UI
The EFF 1)Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Tor Project 2)Tor Project have developed a very useful add-on for web browsers, called HTTPS Everywhere 3)HTTPS Everywhere on eff.org. What is HTTPS Everywhere and what does it do? It is a web browser (Firefox, Chrome, and Opera) extension that encrypts your communications with many major websites, making […]