Category: Privacy

Pegasus: Privacy Targets & Anonymity

Recently I wrote a brief article about the Pegasus shitstorm. Today I read news that Princess Latifa Al Maktoum and Princess Haya were listed as potential targets by clients of spyware company NSO Group. David Haigh, the man who’s been on the frontlines of the Free Princess Latifa campaign, had also been targeted by the …

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The Pegasus Shitstorm

It’s been a while since I checked on the latest Covid-19 news. So I thought, why not update myself and perhaps write an article if there’s anything major happening? Forget the pandemic. What do I see all over the news? Pegasus! Pegasus! Pegasus! SHUT THE FUCK UP! Pegasus sounds familiar. Where have I heard that …

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Rise Of The Paid Private Search Engines

Over the past few months, I’ve come across a few internet posts shilling privacy-focused search engines, which turned out to be paid. You actually had to create an account and be a member to be able to use them. I’m going to list 3 such search engines: 1. Neeva: This was probably the first search …

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The Anom Honeypot

I saw this on the news a couple of days ago. A secure chat app named Anom was apparently used by criminals to discuss criminal activities. But, it was actually created by law enforcement agencies to bait the criminals and pounce on them when the right time came. The first thing I would like to …

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