Friday, 25 July 2014

How To Get Paid For Watching Videos On Android/iPhone Mobiles

Hi Friends and My dear Readers. After a short time i'm writing a useful Article for all Newbie's and All Bloggers and Non-Bloggers and Mobile Users. I mean it is very useful for Android and iPhone Smartphone Users. Get paid for watching videos on your Android and iPhone Smartphones. It is not a spam friends, i'm already tried and succeed. I think it is very simple and easy and funny work, it doesn't require any special skill to earn money through mobiles guys.
                            

How To Get Paid for Uploading Images from Your Android and iPhone Smartphones


Features:

Bonzo Me is an awesome new app that lets you earn money by watching videos. It is as simple as logging in, filling out your profile, watching a video, and answering a few questions. Plus, now you can upload your own videos and pictures to Bonzo Me and share them with your friend network.
                                    iPhone Screenshot 1
  • Earn Money for Every Video.
  • One Video one Time gives Money.
  • Share your watched Videos on Social Network You will Get Much Money.
  • Withdraw Your Earning with Paypal.
  • Upload Your Videos and share you will get Money.
  • Easy and Funny Application.
Bonzo Me, has been doing something similar since early July.

“I just feel like everyone on social networks has been taken advantage of for long enough,” says Michael Nusbaum, a Morristown, New Jersey surgeon who created Bonzo Me. “Facebook has been making a ton of money, and the people providing the content aren’t getting anything.”

Bonzo Me is paying its users up to 80 per cent of its ad revenue for the most popular posts.


BONZO ME for Android:

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Name: Bonzo Me
Category: Social
Size: 3.0 mb
Required: Android 3.1 and Up


BONZO ME for iPhone:

                                      iPhone Screenshot 2
Name: Bonzo Me
Category: Social, Media
Size: 6.5 Mb
Compatibility: IOS 6.0 or Later


My Words:

"Awesome app! Fun and easy to use for any age! Great way to make money while just sharing videos with family, friends, or whoever! Never would of thought of this! I'd recommend to everyone."

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

All Linux A-Z Index of the Bash command line for Linux Operating System

Hi Guys it is very useful article for all Linux Users. Here i am Giving all A-Z Index of the Bash command line for Linux Operating System. very Useful for all Linux Administrators and Administration works.

   

 alias    Create an alias •
  apropos  Search Help manual pages (man -k)
  apt-get  Search for and install software packages (Debian/Ubuntu)
  aptitude Search for and install software packages (Debian/Ubuntu)
  aspell   Spell Checker
  awk      Find and Replace text, database sort/validate/index
b
  basename Strip directory and suffix from filenames
  bash     GNU Bourne-Again SHell 
  bc       Arbitrary precision calculator language 
  bg       Send to background
  break    Exit from a loop •
  builtin  Run a shell builtin
  bzip2    Compress or decompress named file(s)
c
  cal      Display a calendar
  case     Conditionally perform a command
  cat      Concatenate and print (display) the content of files
  cd       Change Directory
  cfdisk   Partition table manipulator for Linux
  chgrp    Change group ownership
  chmod    Change access permissions
  chown    Change file owner and group
  chroot   Run a command with a different root directory
  chkconfig System services (runlevel)
  cksum    Print CRC checksum and byte counts
  clear    Clear terminal screen
  cmp      Compare two files
  comm     Compare two sorted files line by line
  command  Run a command - ignoring shell functions •
  continue Resume the next iteration of a loop •
  cp       Copy one or more files to another location
  cron     Daemon to execute scheduled commands
  crontab  Schedule a command to run at a later time
  csplit   Split a file into context-determined pieces
  cut      Divide a file into several parts
d
  date     Display or change the date & time
  dc       Desk Calculator
  dd       Convert and copy a file, write disk headers, boot records
  ddrescue Data recovery tool
  declare  Declare variables and give them attributes •
  df       Display free disk space
  diff     Display the differences between two files
  diff3    Show differences among three files
  dig      DNS lookup
  dir      Briefly list directory contents
  dircolors Colour setup for `ls'
  dirname  Convert a full pathname to just a path
  dirs     Display list of remembered directories
  dmesg    Print kernel & driver messages 
  du       Estimate file space usage
e
  echo     Display message on screen •
  egrep    Search file(s) for lines that match an extended expression
  eject    Eject removable media
  enable   Enable and disable builtin shell commands •
  env      Environment variables
  ethtool  Ethernet card settings
  eval     Evaluate several commands/arguments
  exec     Execute a command
  exit     Exit the shell
  expect   Automate arbitrary applications accessed over a terminal
  expand   Convert tabs to spaces
  export   Set an environment variable
  expr     Evaluate expressions
f
  false    Do nothing, unsuccessfully
  fdformat Low-level format a floppy disk
  fdisk    Partition table manipulator for Linux
  fg       Send job to foreground 
  fgrep    Search file(s) for lines that match a fixed string
  file     Determine file type
  find     Search for files that meet a desired criteria
  fmt      Reformat paragraph text
  fold     Wrap text to fit a specified width.
  for      Expand words, and execute commands
  format   Format disks or tapes
  free     Display memory usage
  fsck     File system consistency check and repair
  ftp      File Transfer Protocol
  function Define Function Macros
  fuser    Identify/kill the process that is accessing a file
g
  gawk     Find and Replace text within file(s)
  getopts  Parse positional parameters
  grep     Search file(s) for lines that match a given pattern
  groupadd Add a user security group
  groupdel Delete a group
  groupmod Modify a group
  groups   Print group names a user is in
  gzip     Compress or decompress named file(s)
h
  hash     Remember the full pathname of a name argument
  head     Output the first part of file(s)
  help     Display help for a built-in command •
  history  Command History
  hostname Print or set system name
i
  iconv    Convert the character set of a file
  id       Print user and group id's
  if       Conditionally perform a command
  ifconfig Configure a network interface
  ifdown   Stop a network interface 
  ifup     Start a network interface up
  import   Capture an X server screen and save the image to file
  install  Copy files and set attributes
j
  jobs     List active jobs •
  join     Join lines on a common field
k
  kill     Stop a process from running
  killall  Kill processes by name
l
  less     Display output one screen at a time
  let      Perform arithmetic on shell variables •
  link     Create a link to a file 
  ln       Create a symbolic link to a file
  local    Create variables •
  locate   Find files
  logname  Print current login name
  logout   Exit a login shell •
  look     Display lines beginning with a given string
  lpc      Line printer control program
  lpr      Off line print
  lprint   Print a file
  lprintd  Abort a print job
  lprintq  List the print queue
  lprm     Remove jobs from the print queue
  ls       List information about file(s)
  lsof     List open files
m
  make     Recompile a group of programs
  man      Help manual
  mkdir    Create new folder(s)
  mkfifo   Make FIFOs (named pipes)
  mkisofs  Create an hybrid ISO9660/JOLIET/HFS filesystem
  mknod    Make block or character special files
  more     Display output one screen at a time
  mount    Mount a file system
  mtools   Manipulate MS-DOS files
  mtr      Network diagnostics (traceroute/ping)
  mv       Move or rename files or directories
  mmv      Mass Move and rename (files)
n
  netstat  Networking information
  nice     Set the priority of a command or job
  nl       Number lines and write files
  nohup    Run a command immune to hangups
  notify-send  Send desktop notifications
  nslookup Query Internet name servers interactively
o
  open     Open a file in its default application
  op       Operator access 
p
  passwd   Modify a user password
  paste    Merge lines of files
  pathchk  Check file name portability
  ping     Test a network connection
  pkill    Stop processes from running
  popd     Restore the previous value of the current directory
  pr       Prepare files for printing
  printcap Printer capability database
  printenv Print environment variables
  printf   Format and print data •
  ps       Process status
  pushd    Save and then change the current directory
  pv       Monitor the progress of data through a pipe 
  pwd      Print Working Directory
q
  quota    Display disk usage and limits
  quotacheck Scan a file system for disk usage
  quotactl Set disk quotas
r
  ram      ram disk device
  rcp      Copy files between two machines
  read     Read a line from standard input •
  readarray Read from stdin into an array variable •
  readonly Mark variables/functions as readonly
  reboot   Reboot the system
  rename   Rename files
  renice   Alter priority of running processes 
  remsync  Synchronize remote files via email
  return   Exit a shell function
  rev      Reverse lines of a file
  rm       Remove files
  rmdir    Remove folder(s)
  rsync    Remote file copy (Synchronize file trees)
s
  screen   Multiplex terminal, run remote shells via ssh
  scp      Secure copy (remote file copy)
  sdiff    Merge two files interactively
  sed      Stream Editor
  select   Accept keyboard input
  seq      Print numeric sequences
  set      Manipulate shell variables and functions
  sftp     Secure File Transfer Program
  shift    Shift positional parameters
  shopt    Shell Options
  shutdown Shutdown or restart linux
  sleep    Delay for a specified time
  slocate  Find files
  sort     Sort text files
  source   Run commands from a file '.'
  split    Split a file into fixed-size pieces
  ssh      Secure Shell client (remote login program)
  strace   Trace system calls and signals
  su       Substitute user identity
  sudo     Execute a command as another user
  sum      Print a checksum for a file
  suspend  Suspend execution of this shell •
  sync     Synchronize data on disk with memory
t
  tail     Output the last part of file
  tar      Store, list or extract files in an archive
  tee      Redirect output to multiple files
  test     Evaluate a conditional expression
  time     Measure Program running time
  timeout  Run a command with a time limit
  times    User and system times
  touch    Change file timestamps
  top      List processes running on the system
  traceroute Trace Route to Host
  trap     Run a command when a signal is set(bourne)
  tr       Translate, squeeze, and/or delete characters
  true     Do nothing, successfully
  tsort    Topological sort
  tty      Print filename of terminal on stdin
  type     Describe a command •
u
  ulimit   Limit user resources •
  umask    Users file creation mask
  umount   Unmount a device
  unalias  Remove an alias •
  uname    Print system information
  unexpand Convert spaces to tabs
  uniq     Uniquify files
  units    Convert units from one scale to another
  unset    Remove variable or function names
  unshar   Unpack shell archive scripts
  until    Execute commands (until error)
  uptime   Show uptime
  useradd  Create new user account
  userdel  Delete a user account
  usermod  Modify user account
  users    List users currently logged in
  uuencode Encode a binary file 
  uudecode Decode a file created by uuencode
v
  v        Verbosely list directory contents (`ls -l -b')
  vdir     Verbosely list directory contents (`ls -l -b')
  vi       Text Editor
  vmstat   Report virtual memory statistics
w
  wait     Wait for a process to complete •
  watch    Execute/display a program periodically
  wc       Print byte, word, and line counts
  whereis  Search the user's $path, man pages and source files for a program
  which    Search the user's $path for a program file
  while    Execute commands
  who      Print all usernames currently logged in
  whoami   Print the current user id and name (`id -un')
  wget     Retrieve web pages or files via HTTP, HTTPS or FTP
  write    Send a message to another user 
x
  xargs    Execute utility, passing constructed argument list(s)
  xdg-open Open a file or URL in the user's preferred application.
  yes      Print a string until interrupted
  zip      Package and compress (archive) files.
  .        Run a command script in the current shell
  !!       Run the last command again
  ###      Comment / Remark
Commands marked • are bash built-ins
Many commands particularly the Core Utils are also available under alternate shells (C shell, Korn shell etc).

Sunday, 20 July 2014

Top and Best and Most Useful Websites on The Internet

Hi Friends After a Long Time i'm writing this type of Useful Tutorial for all newbies and Internet users and lovers. Yes it is very useful to everyone, i mean Bloggers and online marketers and who are use internet for their required work. Here i'm giving only Top and Best and most useful 70 Websites for you friends.

                 

               
Earn Money Without Investment in Online

Websites with Content:


1. netflixroulette.net — Find something random to watch on Netflix.

2. pintsinthesun.co.uk — Find somewhere to drink a pint in the sun.

3. gfycat.com — Upload your gifs.

4. youconvertit.com — Convert documents.

5. ninite.com — Download all the free software you want at the same time.

6. squirt.io — Speed read the web one word at a time.

7. shouldiremoveit.com — Find out which applications you should remove from your computer. 

8. avoidhumans.com — Find places to go in public that are not crowded.

9. keybr.com — Practice your touch typing.

10. oldversion.com — Get old versions of software.

11. readability-score.com — Find out how readable text is.

12. deadmansswitch.net — Have emails sent when you die.

13. mint.com — Budget your money.

14. roadtrippers.com — Plan your route with the best lodging and attractions.

15. duckduckgo.com — A search engine that is not following you.

16. padmapper.com — Maps out possible apartments/homes that fit your criteria.

17. zillow.com — Another great source for finding your next home.

18. printfriendly.com — Make any webpage print friendly.

19. printwhatyoulike.com — Print precisely what you want from any webpage. 

20. privnote.com — Write a note to someone that will self-destruct after they read it.

21. freecycle.org — A network of people giving away free stuff in their towns.

22. couchsurfing.org — Crash on someone’s couch anywhere in the world.

23. recipepuppy.com — Search for recipes based on the ingredients you have.

24. pipl.com — A search engine for finding people.

25. charitynavigator.org — Evaluates various charities.

26. newsmap.jp — Popular news headlines.

27. radioreference.com — Listen to radio channels across the nation.

28. jimmyr.com — Link aggregator.

29. wolframalpha.com — A computational knowledge engine.

30. heavens-above.com — Follow satellites and constellations.

31. whatismyip.com — Figure out you I.P. address.

32. spreeder.com — Improve reading speed and comprehension.

33. simplynoise.com — Listen to white noise.

34. camelcamelcamel.com — Tracks prices for any product.

35. ptable.com — An interactive periodic table.

36. retailmenot.com — Find coupons for just about anything.

37. searchtempest.com — Search all of craigslist with one search.

38. join.me — Peek in on somebody’s computer screen.

39. thistothat.com — Find out the best way to glue this to that.
40. woorank.com — Find out what your website is missing, how you can improve it, and how to make Google recognize it better.

41. scribblemaps.com — Draw on maps then share them with friends.

42. mailvu.com — Video email.

43. rhymer.com — Online rhyming dictionary.

44. homestyler.com — Design your dream home.

45. wetransfer.com — An easy way to send big files.

46. pastebin.com — A place to paste text.

47. idlekeyboard.com — Make it sound like you are hard at work.

48. dropbox.com — Backup your sensitive document online.

49. seatguru.com — Find out where the best seats are on your plane flight.

50. unlistmy.info — Find out which websites store data about you, and tell them to unlist your info.

51. twofoods.com — Compare two foods..

52. gasbuddy.com — Find local gas prices.

53. sleepyti.me — Plan out your sleep schedule better.

54. ripetrack.com — Find out when certain fruits are ripe.

55. compassionpit.com — Talk out your problems with others, or help others yourself.

56. paperbackswap.com — Swap books with others.

57. swole.me — Plan out your meals better.

58. weatherspark.com — A graphical look at the weather.

59. network-tools.com — Various network tools.

60. amazon.com — The best place to buy things online.

61. writecheck.com — Correct grammar and check for plagiarism.

62. wakerupper.com — Send yourself a wake-up call.

63. pcpartpicker.com — Plan out your next PC build.

64. nophonetrees.com — Talk to an actual person instead of a machine when you call customer service.

65. loads.in — Find out how long it takes websites to load.

66. calorieking.com — Find nutrition information on various foods.

67. manualslib.com — A database of PDF manuals for various products.

68. eatthismuch.com — Create meal plans to meet your nutrition targets.

69. keepmeout.com — Lock yourself out of time wasting websites.

70. glassdoor.com — Research what it is like to work with certain companies.

I Hope This Website are very Useful To Everyone............

Friday, 18 July 2014

Best Innovative Ways Of Generating Genuine Traffic From Social Networks

Hi Friends After a long Time i am here writing about Traffic. I mean How to get Genuine Traffic form Social Networks. Good traffic forms the lifeline of a web page. If you find it hard to lure real visitors from other sites, you cannot exist in the virtual world for a long time. Online entrepreneurs, affiliate marketers, authors and SEO specialists-all rely on either the search engines or the conventional practices of generating traffic. However, in the modern era, one can easily generate good quality traffic by tapping the power of social media.
                      

Social networks perform a crucial role when it comes to diverting bulk visitors to a web page. The popular stops like Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Zinzzchat and YouTube have been successfully used by a large number of people to promote their online businesses. Latest designs, fresh digital technologies and modifications incorporated by web developers have made social networks more promising in terms of earning recognition and popularity among internet users.

Innovative to Get Traffic From Social Networks:



Reddit /ˈrɛdɪt/, stylized as reddit, is an entertainment, social networking service and news website where registered community members can submit content, such as text posts or direct links. Only registered users can then vote submissions "up" or "down" to organize the posts and determine their position on the site's pages. Content entries are organized by areas of interest called "subreddits".

You Get 10-1000 or above Traffic.


StumbleUpon is a discovery engine a form of web search engine that finds and recommends web content to its users. Its features allow users to discover and rate Web pages, photos, and videos that are personalized to their tastes and interests using peer-sourcing and social-networking principles.

You Get 6-60 and above Traffic.


Facebook is a fast expanding, popular and most utilized social networking groupthat can fetch you plenty of visitors, all belonging to different age groups. You simply need to create a Facebook page where you can share meaningful information related to your websites or blogs and promote them. Create groups so that you can chat with other users and expand your fan base. Lastly, post interesting and attractive points in your status,share photographs of your products or screenshots of your site and get your friends to “like” and “share” them.



Here you do Tweet and Retweet Most websites and blogging services like WordPress or Blogspot provide you the option of adding “tweets” to your posts. Moreover, there are wonderful online sites like Easyretweetand JustRetweet that let you acquire retweets on your web page. You can use this feature to “retweet” the content of other internet users and thus, you can earn credits in the process. Although both these services are free of cost yet, most users prefer to go for a paid account in order to earn more followers.


Tumblr (stylized in its logo as tumblr.) is a microblogging platform and social networking website founded by David Karp and owned by Yahoo! Inc. The service allows users to post multimedia and other content to a short-form blog. Users can follow other users' blogs, as well as make their blogs private. Much of the website's features are accessed from the "dashboard" interface, where the option to post content and posts of followed blogs appear.
                 


Guys Update your Google+ profile and link your mails and other Google products with it. If you have more Google users following your profile, there are higher chances of directing them to your desired destination. Website owners can add Google+ buttons, widgets and services to their websites so that people can give them higher points. Moreover, this platform provides you an opportunity of interacting with other folks belonging to the same niche, provided you join their circle.
                  



LinkedIn lets you connect with potential recruiters, employees and businessmen all over the world. Create your professional profile, search for similar people and start expanding your professional group.

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Top 10 Online Storage Solutions With Encryption and High Secured

Hi Friends after a long i am writing Article about Online storage solutions provide users with a backup facility for their digital data. Every day, many electronic devices get stolen and despite advancements like tracers or theft protectors, only few lost gadgets are eventually found while the rest lie in the hands of strangers. The data you keep in these devices is important and sensitive and should be kept secure in even at the event of your gadget being stolen.

                       

Encryption is probably the best method by far to secure your files (and especially those which you don’t want others to know of). These services provide end-to-end encryption for your data that is stored online. They use military-grade encryption algorithms to protect your data on their servers and while you upload or download them. Let’s take a look at ten of these encryption-enabled online storage solutions you can put to good use.

1. IDrive

IDrive transfers and stores your data using 256-bit AES encryption, which makes your data highly secured. The IDrive client is available for Windows, Mac OS, Android and iOS. It’s easy to store and backup your files and folders.

You can backup files from multiple devices in one account and manage multiple accounts through its client. They offer 5GB free storage.

Features | Pricing | Signup


2. Comodo Online Storage

Comodo is an online security provider, selling products like antiviruses and Internet Security software. They’re experts when it comes to security. Comodo Online Storage transfers your data on a 256-bit SSL secure connection and stores it in encrypted form in Comodo’s highly secure storage infrastructure.

They have an easy-to-use client software for Windows and Android and they also offer 5GB free storage.

Features | Pricing | Signup


3. Wuala

Wuala uses the 256-bit AES, 2048-bit RSA and SHA-256 algorithms for encryption, signatures and integrity checks for your data. This ensures maximum protection of your data. Wuala clients are available for Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Android and iOS. 5GB of storage is available for free.

Features | Pricing | Signup


4. CloudSafe

CloudSafe transfers your data using the highest SSL standard (EV SSL with AES-256) encryption. It stores data at their own servers, which are monitored by their own, multi-level security concept and their computer center fulfills the highest security requirements according to ISO 27001 and PCI.

CloudSafe can be accessed via WebDAV clients on Windows, Mac OS, Android, iPhone and BlackBerry. They offer only 2GB free storage.

Features | Pricing | Signup


5. SpiderOak

SpiderOak uses a layered approach to encryption to store your data, using a combination of 2048-bit RSA and 256-bit AES. You can backup or store files from multiple devices in one single SpiderOak account.

SpiderOak client is available for Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and Windows 7, Mac OS X and 32- & 64-bit Linux packages for Ubuntu and Debian. You can also access your files through their online access platform. They offer 2GB free storage.

Features | Pricing | Signup


6. TeamDrive

TeamDrive uses 256-bit AES encryption algorithm to secure your data while transferring or storing it. TeamDrive client is available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux operating systems. Their client is also available for iOS. They offer 2GB free storage.

Features | Pricing | Signup


7. JustCloud

JustCloud uses 256-bit SSL encryption to secure your data. You can backup multiple computers in single JustCloud account. JustCloud client is available for Windows. You can access or store files from other operating systems using their web interface. You can access your files from your mobile device by opening their mobile site.

Features | Signup



8. SafeSync

SafeSync is provided by TrendMicro, a well-known security services provider. They started SafeSync after taking over Humyo (encrypted online storage which used to provide 10GB free storage). SafeSync 256-bit AES encryption to ensure your files are protected from others. SafeSync’s client is available for Windows, MacOS, Android and iOS. They offer 30-day free trial.

Features | Pricing | Signup


9. SwissDisk

SwissDisk uses 256-bit AES encryption to transfer/store your data securely. SwissDisk client (sDrive) is available for Windows and Mac OS. You can access your files from Linux and mobile devices using any WebDAV software. They offer 50MB free storage.

Features | Pricing | Signup


10. CryptoHeaven

CryptoHeaven uses end-to-end encryption, up to 4096-bit RSA and AES-256 algorithms. CryptoHeaven provides its clients for Windows, Mac OS, Linux and Solaris platforms. Although this is a rare online storage product which provides Solaris client, I didn’t find any information about client for mobile devices.

Features | Pricing | Signup

Top 10 Free Crypto Apps To Help Protect Your Online Privacy

Many of us have uploaded our lives onto the Internet, to the point that we cannot imagine living without it. We use online services that we entrust to keep our data secure and private.Unfortunately, many of us don’t realize that it’s not truly secure as they are subject to many third parties that can view its content, from the company providing the service to the government itself.

Most of the time, we might not mind this but sometimes, it’s better to be safe than sorry. From sensitive personal data to work related materials, we all have information that we wish to keep private. When we use the word crypto, we mean that these apps will help you make most of your online activity more secure and private, shielding it from being spied upon. With that said, here are 10 free apps that will help you protect your online privacy.

Recommended Reading: 9 Tips To Help Safeguard Your Online Privacy
1. Tails OS (Operating System):

Tails (The Amnesic Incognito Live System) is built upon the idea of privacy and anonymity for the user. Everything that could be done and every tool that could help has been added to the OS. For one, it is a live OS, meant to be run on a CD or a USB drive, leaving absolutely no trace of your activity on the computer’s drive.

Second is that every single connection through the internet must be relayed through the Tor network, meaning that your online activity will be anonymized. Every app in the OS has been configured with privacy and secrecy in mind. For example, both the e-mail and messaging client includes encryption tools. 

2. Replicant (Operating System)

Replicant is a mobile OS based on Android that aims to replace every single bit of proprietary software on the phone with free (as in speech) software. The reasoning behind this is that those proprietary components could have a backdoor access in them to your phone and data. With free software, the source will be open and can be subjected to scrutiny.

Currently, Replicant is able to run mostly on Samsung devices, mainly the Galaxy S series and all of the software included is free software, meaning no Google Apps such as Gmail, Maps, Play Store, etc. It comes with its own app store, F-Droid, that is filled only with free, open source software.

3. Tor Browser (Web Browser)

We have briefly covered the Tor Project on this site before and how it works. As a brief recap, Tor works by bouncing your online activity through several relay proxies that are part of the Tor network. Doing so will help obscure the point of origin and the requested content made from your machine.

The Tor Browser is a modified version of Firefox that is provided by the Tor Project, which gives the user an easy way to access the Tor network. In addition to Tor, the browser includes other tools to help with the anonymizing process, including NoScript (to prevent any sort of script from running) and HTTPS-Everywhere, which enables HTTPS on websites by default. 


4. OwnCloud (Online Storage)

When you are using an online storage provider such as Dropbox or Google Drive, you are trusting them with your data and its security. There have been several instances where the security of the data held by these companies have been compromised. The best solution is to create your own cloud.

OwnCloud allows you to build your own, personal cloud, where you control everything about it, from the disk size to the hardware. There is no third party involved in handling your data, meaning that the chances of someone peeking into your data is lower. The only one responsible and in charge of the privacy and security of your data is you. 


5. Boxcryptor (Online Storage)
Even with the risks, there are still reasons to use a third party online storage provider. It’s easy, cheap and convenient. In this case, there are ways to protect your online data from being pried upon. The best way is to encrypt the data stored on your online drive, so that no one will be able to view the contents.

Enter Boxcryptor, an app that will easily allow you to encrypt the files that live on your online storage drives. Boxcryptor will work on the major online storage providers and uses AES-256 and RSA encryption algorithms. The keys to decrypt your data are yours alone so even the company that created Boxcryptor cannot decrypt your data. 


6. ProtonMail (Email)

The majority of us rely on email in our day-to-day lives. Most people would prefer it that our emails are kept private, as some of them may contain sensitive information related to work or our private lives. While most of the major email providers have some sort of privacy tools to protect your email, most of them have the ability to read your email, if they wanted.

ProtonMail is a service currently in beta and you have to request for an invite to create an account but it promises to offer an easy way to keep your email safe and secure from any type of snooping. ProtonMail offers end-to-end encryption and no one but the person who holds the key to decrypt them can gain access, not even ProtonMail themselves. ProtonMail is cross platform and you can still send encrypted and unencrypted email to other services. 


7. Cryptocat (Messaging)
Everyone loves to communicate with a good messaging app. Did you know that WhatsApp alone processes more that 20 billion messages a day? And what if we told you that that those 20 billion messages are not completely secure? While many of those sent are not important enough to qualify for any protection, some people may need a messaging app that provides security and privacy.

Crytocat is a popular messaging app that will encrypt your messages before it leaves for the intended recipient. It is easy to use and set up, living as an extension in your browser or as an app. The service uses Off-The-Record Messaging, a protocol that is designed to encrypt instant messaging conversations, meaning only you and the recipient will have access to the messages.

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8. Pidgin (Messaging)

Pidgin is a versatile, multi-platform instant messaging client, letting you chat with many of the online chat services that you may already be using, such as Facebook, so you can have all of your chat sessions under one app. The app is free and open source, so the source code can be viewed and studied.

The main reason that the app is on the list is its ability to add Off-The-Record Messaging on top of the those protocols. For example, with Pidgin, you and your friends are able to have a encrypted conversation over Facebook, meaning no one but you and the intended recipient will have access to the messages, not even Facebook. 

9. Linphone (Telephony)

If you want an internet phone app that is both secure and encrypted, with immunity from wiretapping, Linphone provides both a service and app that can help you with that. Linphone is another free and open source app that lets you place calls using a standard known as Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), which is an open protocol, unlike Skype, which is closed.

In addition to the app, Linphone has a service where you can create your own SIP account with them to get you started using the app. The great thing about a SIP account is that you are not tied in to the app, and can be used by other telephony apps that support SIP. 

10. OnionShare (File Sharing)
A new, command line based app written in Python and created by Micah Lee, who works for Glenn Greenwald’s The Intercept news site. If the name Glenn Greenwald doesn’t ring a bell, he is the reporter who broke the news about the NSA leaks. The app has a single purpose, which is to allow you to share your files through the internet anonymously through Tor.

It does this by using the Tor hidden services. When you share a file, the app will create anunguessable .onion URL, which can only be accessed by using a Tor Browser, ensuring anonymityfor the parties involved. To share the file, you will have to pass on the .onion URL to the intended recipient.


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