This is list of security tools I use and would recommend to others.
Check Open-source audit of web browser privacy privacytests.org -
- DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials for all Browsers
- uBlock Origin - An efficient blocker for Chromium and Firefox. Fast and lean.
- Privaci Badger - Privacy Badger automatically learns to block invisible trackers.
- HTTPS Everywhere - Encrypt the web! HTTPS Everywhere is a Firefox extension to protect your communications by enabling HTTPS encryption automatically on sites that are known to support it, even when you type URLs or follow links that omit the https: prefix.
Search engines that don't track you:
Don't expect security search from Google
if you need an anonymous email aliases try SimpleLogin
1Password is a password manager developed by AgileBits Inc. It provides a place for users to store various passwords, software licenses, and other sensitive information in a virtual vault that is locked with a PBKDF2-guarded master password.
BitWarden is a free and open-source password management service that stores sensitive information such as website
Any password manager is better than no password manager. If you don't like 1Password or BitWarden, try one of these:
SimpleX is a secure, private, decentralized and open-source messaging app.
Say "hello" to a different messaging experience. An unexpected focus on privacy, combined with all of the features you expect.
Session is a private messenger that aims to remove any chance of metadata collection by routing all messages through an onion routing network.
Element is a Matrix-based end-to-end encrypted messenger and collaboration app.
Threema is the world’s favorite secure messenger and keeps your data out of the hands of hackers, corporations and governments.
Telegram is a cloud-based mobile and desktop messaging app with a focus on security and speed.
DNS (Domain Name Servers)
- VPNHub - free VPN from PornHub
- ProtonVPN - High-speed Swiss VPN that safeguards your privacy.