I have an idea: Dcrypt

I have an idea: what if we make a simple and convenient extension for text encryption? In theory, it would work on all websites you need (twitter, facebook, email, etc.): you just select the text, enter the password and encrypt the text. Than you need just send the encrypted text to your interlocutor and give him the password (of course, you should use other communication channel). And it will work with shortcuts! Does anyone need this? What do you think? Are you ready to encrypt you messages?

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Why should Vivaldi add some privacy protection features?

Many browsers try to protect their users from surveillance on the Internet, many browsers provide their users with a pre-installed ad blocker, but most browsers are confident that they can stay away from all privacy problems. I am convinced that privacy should be available by default and I think every browser should add privacy protection tools. I see that Vivaldi Technologies is trying to be focused on privacy, but are you sure that «We do not follow our users» is enough to be «privacy-focused»?

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Advanced AdBlock rules: Try to kill all trackers!

Are you sure that you are using all features of your ad-blocker? Because this is not about advertising only. Can ads filters protect you from trackers and replace popular security extensions like Disconnect, Ghostery or Privacy Badger? Why not?


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Must-have extensions for paranoid. Part 1

Sometimes I have attacks of paranoia and from time to time I feel that someone may watching me right now. Because as everyone today I have smartphone, laptop, reader, player and other gadgets and almost all these devices have camera, microphone and Internet connection. And these can be a threat for my privacy! That’s why I use a few specific security extensions. I can’t be sure that its will protect me, but I have to do something, I must try…

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