Monthly Archives: January 2011

Being Anon – Staying alive in a mad world – part 5

Browsing Anonymously Take away point: You can browse anonymously and ensure that services like Twitter cannot track where you are tweeting from. In part 4, we created an encrypted file container. Next we will create another one, this time 120M … Continue reading

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Being Anon – Staying alive in a mad world – part 4

File Containers Take away point: It is easy to create drive volumes that are completely secret and secure – even if your PC is stolen and analyzed by adversaries and you are forced to give them a password. We will … Continue reading

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Being Anon – Staying alive in a mad world – part 3

Verifying Your Files Take away point: You should verify your downloaded copies of Tor, Truecrypt and other security programs with PGP to guarantee they haven’t been corrupted or turned into spyware. When you download a utility program, often you will … Continue reading

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Being Anon – staying alive in a mad world – part 2

File Encryption – ensuring only your intended recipient can read it Take away point: PGP can be used to create a message that only the recipient can read. You probably don’t need to do this, but PGP will be used … Continue reading

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Being Anon – Staying alive in a mad world – part 1

Update January 7, 2011: Not even twitter is safe. The US DOJ has subpoenaed twitter for records from Birgitta Jonsdottir, a member of the Icelandic Parliament asking for tweets and her personal information. On May 6, 2010, the Pennsylvania Attorney … Continue reading

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9/11 building collapses were from controlled demolition

I am sure your first thought is that this is just crazy and far too monstrous to be true. That was my feeling too — until I saw this detailed presentation given at the University of Manitoba by an organization … Continue reading

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