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wire-ios - πŸ“± Wire for iOS (iPhone and iPad)

  •    Objective-C

This repository is part of the source code of Wire. You can find more information at wire.com or by contacting opensource@wire.com.You can find the published source code at github.com/wireapp/wire.

SparkleShare - Share and collaborate by syncing with any Git repository instantly

  •    CSharp

SparkleShare is a file sharing and collaboration app. It works just like Dropbox, and you can run it on your own server. It's available for Linux distributions, macOS, and Windows. Support the project on Patreon. SparkleShare creates a special folder on your computer. You can add remotely hosted folders (or "projects") to this folder. These projects will be automatically kept in sync with both the host and all of your peers when someone adds, removes or edits a file.

hosts - Extending and consolidating hosts files from several well-curated sources like adaway

  •    Python

This repository consolidates several reputable hosts files, and merges them into a unified hosts file with duplicates removed. A variety of tailored hosts files are provided. The Non GitHub mirror is the link to use for some hosts file managers like Hostsman for Windows that don't work with Github download links.




roll-call - πŸ“ž Free and reliable audio calls for everyone w/ browser p2p.

  •    Javascript

Roll Call is a completely freeπŸŽ‰ voice chat service with podcast quality recording. For more information on how to use Roll Call check out the FAQ.

OnionBrowser - An open-source, privacy-enhancing web browser for iOS, utilizing the Tor anonymity network

  •    Objective-C

This is the Onion Browser 2.X branch, based on Endless. The old version of Onion Browser can be found here. Onion Browser is a free web browser for iPhone and iPad that encrypts and tunnels web traffic through the Tor network. See the official site for more details and App Store links.

toxic - An ncurses-based Tox client

  •    C

Toxic is a Tox-based instant messenging and video chat client. Running Toxic for the first time creates an empty file called toxic.conf in your home configuration directory ("~/.config/tox" for Linux users). Adding options to this file allows you to enable auto-logging, change the time format (12/24 hour), and much more. You can view our example config file here.

ungoogled-chromium - Modifications to Google Chromium for removing Google integration and enhancing privacy, control, and transparency

  •    Python

A number of features or background services communicate with Google servers despite the absence of an associated Google account or compiled-in Google API keys. Furthermore, the normal build process for Chromium involves running Google's own high-level commands that invoke many scripts and utilities, some of which download and use pre-built binaries provided by Google. Even the final build output includes some pre-built binaries. Fortunately, the source code is available for everything. ungoogled-chromium should not be considered a fork of Chromium. The main reason for this is that a fork is associated with more significant deviations from the Chromium, such as branding, configuration formats, file locations, and other interface changes. ungoogled-chromium will not modify the Chromium browser outside of the project's goals.


focus-ios - Firefox Focus for iOS

  •    Swift

Browse like no one’s watching. The new Firefox Focus automatically blocks a wide range of online trackers — from the moment you launch it to the second you leave it. Easily erase your history, passwords and cookies, so you won’t get followed by things like unwanted ads. Download on the App Store.

Diaspora - Distributed and contextual social networking

  •    Ruby

Diaspora is distributed and contextual social networking. It is decentralized and provides freedom and privacy. Instead of everyone’s data being held on huge central servers owned by a large organization, diaspora* exists on independently run servers (“pods”) all over the world. You choose which pod to register with, and you can then connect seamlessly with the diaspora* community worldwide.

Signal - Secure Messaging

  •    Java

Signal sends high-quality group, text, voice, video, document, and picture messages anywhere in the world. Signal messages and calls are always end-to-end encrypted and painstakingly engineered to keep your communication safe.

user.js - user.js -- Firefox configuration hardening

  •    Javascript

A user.js configuration file for Mozilla Firefox designed to harden browser settings and make it more secure. Do note that these settings alter your browser behaviour quite a bit, so it is recommended to either create a completely new profile for Firefox or backup your existing profile directory before putting the user.js file in place.

PJON - PJON® is an open-source network protocol compatible with Arduino, ESP8266, STM32, Teensy, Raspberry Pi, Linux and Windows

  •    C++

PJON® (Padded Jittering Operative Network) is an Arduino compatible, multi-master, multi-media network protocol. It proposes a Standard, it is designed as a framework and implements a totally software emulated network protocol stack that can be easily cross-compiled on many architectures like ATtiny, ATmega, ESP8266, ESP32, STM32, Teensy, Raspberry Pi, Linux, Windows x86 and Apple machines. It is a valid tool to quickly and comprehensibly build a network of devices. Visit wiki and documentation to know more about the PJON Standard. Feel free to send a pull request sharing something you have made that could help. If you want to support us you can also try to solve an issue. Thank you for your support.

awesome-selfhosted - This is a list of Free Software network services and web applications which can be hosted locally

  •    Javascript

Selfhosting is the process of locally hosting and managing applications instead of renting from SaaS providers. This is a list of Free Software network services and web applications which can be hosted locally. Non-Free software is listed on the Non-Free page.

macOS-Security-and-Privacy-Guide - A practical guide to securing macOS.

  •    Python

This guide is a collection of techniques for improving the security and privacy of a modern Apple Macintosh computer ("MacBook") and macOS (formerly known as "OS X"). This guide is targeted to “power users” who wish to adopt enterprise-standard security, but is also suitable for novice users with an interest in improving their privacy and security on a Mac.

quorum - A permissioned implementation of Ethereum supporting data privacy

  •    Go

Quorum is an Ethereum-based distributed ledger protocol with transaction/contract privacy and new consensus mechanisms. Quorum is a fork of go-ethereum and is updated in line with go-ethereum releases.

privacy-respecting - Curated List of Privacy Respecting Services and Software

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Please read the contribution guidelines before contributing. This is a list of various 'free' services whose business models are to collect as much personal data about you as possible and alternatives you can use to them if you care about not losing control of your data and your privacy.

zbox - Zero-details, privacy-focused embeddable file system.

  •    Rust

Zbox is a zero-details, privacy-focused embeddable file system. Its goal is to help application store files securely, privately and reliably. By encapsulating files and directories into an encrypted repository, it provides a virtual file system and exclusive access to authorised application. Unlike other system-level file systems, such as ext4, XFS and Btrfs, which provide shared access to multiple processes, Zbox is a file system that runs in the same memory space as the application. It only provides access to one process at a time.

vuvuzela - Private messaging system that hides metadata

  •    Go

Vuvuzela is a messaging system that protects the privacy of message contents and message metadata. Users communicating through Vuvuzela do not reveal who they are talking to, even in the presence of powerful nation-state adversaries. Our SOSP 2015 paper explains the system, its threat model, performance, limitations, and more. Our SOSP 2015 slides give a more graphical overview of the system. Vuvuzela is the first system that provides strong metadata privacy while scaling to millions of users. Previous systems that hide metadata using Tor (such as Pond) are prone to traffic analysis attacks. Systems that encrypt metadata using techniques like DC-nets and PIR don't scale beyond thousands of users.