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avoidthehack! promotes online privacy and security awareness.

We believe you have the right to control and protect your online information.

Privacy Browsers

Privacy browsers both respect your privacy and help prevent websites, web services, and web apps from tracking your browsing activity across the internet.

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Password Management

Your passwords hold the keys to your digital kingdom. Learn about password best practices and read up on password managers.

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Private Search Engines

Private search engines respect your privacy. They don't track you, create shadow profiles of you, or try to connect who you are to what you're searching.

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Latest Posts

You've heard of Firefox, but have you heard of Firefox Focus?

Firefox Focus isn't necessarily new to the game, but it has made quite the name for itself in the privacy community.

Despite that, people want to know how it stacks up in the niche of privacy browsers.

Let's take a look at what Fire...

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SnowHaze is a mobile privacy browser available on iOS. It boasts considerable features, including a built-in VPN.

It's independent from big tech companies, independently funded, and open source.

We'll examine what SnowHaze brings to the table in terms of privacy, security, and notable features.

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Passwords, passwords, passwords.

We have so many passwords to create and remember, don't we?

According to recent research conducted by NordPass, the average internet user has approximately 70 - 80 passwords to remember.

No matter how you try to slice it, that's a ton of passwords to memorize...

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Credential stuffing and brute force attacks are two common cyberattacks used to crack passwords and gain access to user accounts/information.

We're going to explore what credential stuffing and brute force attacks are and how they work.

Additionally we'll go over some tips for the best ways to...

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