The Intersection of Privacy and Cybersecurity

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This post was originally published on 20 NOV 2020; it has since been updated and revised.

For those who don't wish to download Chromium extensions from the Chrome Web Store, there is (fortunately) an alternative: you can install Chromium extensions manually. No Google account required.

While...

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This post was originally published on 26 APR 2021; it has since been updated and revised.

If you're looking for solid blocklists for your PiHole, then we have a collection of mega-blocklists for you right here.

We also have some words of wisdom to share when it comes to using these blocklists....

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This post was originally published on 2 APR 2021; it has since been updated and revised.

Let's go ahead and get this out the way: Edge, the default browser for Windows, sucks.

Edge especially sucks for privacy. Yes, even the "new and improved" Microsoft Edge that is based on the Chromium engin...

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This post was originally published on 16 MAR 2021; it has since been updated and revised.

Linux and macOS users: avoidthehack! could never forget about you!

While many of the privacy browsers for Windows also work well on Linux and MacOS, naturally we believe that the Linux and MacOS Systems d...

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