On this page I’ll list sites and links to pages that I find interesting and/or useful.
Feel free to check them out!
Download e-books for free.
Very useful wiki containing a lot of information covering a lot of topics such as GNU/Linux, Web browsers, hardware. I’d suggest you take a look for yourself!
Official site of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, an organization which stands up for rights in the digital world.
Official site of the Tor Project.
Site with online privacy tools & information.
That One Privacy Site
Free Software Foundation
Official site of the Free Software Foundation.
Free Software Foundation Europe
Site of the FSFE (Free Software Foundation Europe).
Defective by Design
Defective by Design is an anti-DRM initiative by the Free Software Foundation. DRM technology, known as “digital rights management” technology by its supporters, restricts users’ ability to freely use their purchased movies, music, literature, software, and hardware in ways they are accustomed to with ordinary non-restricted media (such as books and audio compact discs).
As a result, DRM has been described as “digital restrictions management” or “digital restrictions mechanisms” by opponents.
Richard Stallman’s personal site
gHacks Technology News
gHacks is a technology blog that was founded in 2005 by Martin Brinkmann.
It has since then become one of the most popular independent technology sites on the Internet with regular contributions from freelance writers.
Martin Brinkmann is a journalist from Germany who is interested in all things technology.
He gets excited about technology and likes to tweak, test and review all software and hardware he comes across on his daily Internet journeys.
gHacks RSS feed
Online virus scanner & URL analyzer, using over 70 antivirus scanners & URL/domain blacklisting services.
Jotti’s malware scan
Jotti’s malware scan is a free service that lets you scan suspicious files with several anti-virus programs. You can submit up to 5 files at the same time. There is a 100MB limit per file. Please be aware that no security solution offers 100% protection, not even when it uses several anti-virus engines. All files are shared with anti-virus companies so detection accuracy of their anti-virus products can be improved.
Site covering private trackers, open sign-ups and more.
Site about signals intelligence, communications security & top level communications.
Site covering dark web news. Tutorials, .onion links and darknet markets information can also be found on the site.
From the homepage: “The goal of this website is to classify spyware programs, so that users can be aware that they are installing spyware. Most modern programs that people use today contain malicious spyware features, such as any form of telemetry or information collection of users. This website contains articles on popular programs explaining spyware features, so that potential users can be aware of the information they may be giving away by downloading spyware, using easy to understand scores and detailed explanations of how the features of these programs can spy on the user.”
Very useful to find alternatives for specific software. Filter by license, operating system.
Official site of Amnesty International
Human Rights Watch
Official site of Human Rights Watch
Front-end for YouTube, stripped from Google bloat (analytics, account-related stuff etc).
Site with IT-related resources. Check it out for yourself.