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- Briar is a messaging app designed for activists, journalists, and anyone else who needs a safe, easy and robust way to communicate. Unlike traditional messaging apps, Briar doesn't rely on a central server - messages are synchronized directly between the users' devices. If the internet's down, Briar can sync via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, keeping the information flowing in a crisis. If the internet's up, Briar can sync via the Tor network, protecting users and their relationships from surveillance.
- Conversations is a Jabber/XMPP client for Android 4.0+ smartphones that has been optimized to provide a unique mobile experience. A port to iOS is envisaged in the medium-term future. Conversations allows you to easily send images, show if your contact has received and read your message, permit dynamic history and handles multiple devices, allow you to create group chats and support one-to-one Audio/Video calls ! And thanks to the XMPP Protocol (that is a push protocol) you battery life is safe. XMPP is a federated protocol, which means you can freely choose a trustworthy server for yourself while still chatting with contacts that are using other servers. The communication between Conversations and the XMPP server as well as the communication between the individual servers is TLS encrypted. This way, not only your messages are safe but more importantly it is impossible for an outside attacker to intercept your meta data (with whom you are chatting) without attacking your server first. On top of that, Conversations gives you the choice to enable one of two end-to-end encryption mechanisms. The first one is OMEMO, a state of the art multi-end-to-multi-end encryption method which is very easy to setup and gives you forward secrecy and plausible deniability. For backwards compatibility reasons Conversations also supports OpenPGP.
- DuckDuckGo on TOR
- goptlib is a little Go library which understands the Tor pluggable transport managed-proxy protocol. It is useful for developers writing Tor pluggable transports in Go.
- Jas CMS
- Jas CMS is a small website engine written in Java. It produces static content without the need of any databases or server-side scripting languages. It is created to fulfil high security concerns. It is suitable for various kind of content projects like personal websites, project / product pages, group sites, company websites... It is also designed for managing content projects / websites in the i2p network, tor et cetera.
- MetaGer English Metasearch for the Tor Browser
- !! You need to install a tor browser !! MetaGer combines the best hits from the result lists of a wide range of search engines. With one query you get a summary view over the prompted indeces. This add-on allows a comfortable (mobile) use of an advanced search engine which comes with a really sophisticated privacy protection.
- What is OnionShare? OnionShare lets you securely and anonymously share files of any size. It works by starting a web server, making it accessible as a Tor onion service, and generating an unguessable URL to access and download the files. It doesn't require setting up a server on the internet somewhere or using a third party filesharing service. You host the file on your own computer and use a Tor onion service to make it temporarily accessible over the internet. The other user just needs to use Tor Browser to download the file from you. How to Use Open OnionShare, drag and drop files and folders you wish to share into it, and click Start Sharing. After a moment, it will show you a .onion URL. This is the secret URL that can be used to download the file you're sharing. Send this URL to the person you're sending the files to. If the files you're sending aren't secret, you can use normal means of sending the URL, like by emailing it, or sending it in a Facebook or Twitter private message. If you're sending secret files then it's important to send this URL securely. The person who is receiving the files doesn't need OnionShare. All they need is to open the URL you send them in Tor Browser to be able to download the file.\
- OnionCat creates a transparent IP layer on top of Tor hidden services. It transparently transmits any kind of IP-based data through the Tor network on a location hidden basis. You can think of it as a point-to-multipoint VPN between hidden services. OnionCat is a stand-alone application which runs in userland and is a connector between Tor and the local OS. Any protocol based on IP, such as UDP or TCP, can be transmitted. OnionCat supports IPv6; native IPv4 forwarding, though still available, is deprecated: the recommended solution for IPv4 forwarding is to build a IPv4-through-IPv6 tunnel through OnionCat.
- This is the reference client for the OpenBazaar network. It is an interface for your OpenBazaar node, to use it you will need to run an OpenBazaar node either locally or on a remote server.
- This repository contains the OpenBazaar server daemon which handles the heavy lifting for the OpenBazaar desktop application. The server combines several technologies: A modified IPFS node, which itself combines ideas from Git, BitTorrent, and Kademlia. A lightweight SPV Bitcoin wallet for interacting with the Bitcoin network. And a JSON API which can be used by a user interface to control the node and browse the network. If you are looking for the OpenBazaar user interface code see here.
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