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authorKatherine Peeters <katherine.peeters@leagueh.xyz>2021-11-22 14:02:16 -0800
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# Privacy guide
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Here's some tips on how to improve your privacy on the net! Disclaimer: This is by no means expert-level information; this is just a random collection of useful tips gathered from the web.
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* USE SECURE PASSWORDS! Never use the same password for multiple websites. Generate and store password with a password manager when possible, but do not use proprietary or cloud-based password managers. Good password managers include pass[1] and KeePassXC[2]. Your password manager should itself also be encrypted with a password. For password you aren't generating with a password manager, ensure they are memorable and use letters, numbers, and other characters. Avoid using names of pets, family members, or anything else that could be traced back to you.
* Use 2FA whenever possible. Do not use SMS, though! Use an OTP authenticator if available.
* Give fake answers for security questions, and store them in your password manager.
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* Do not use biometrics. Face recognition and fingerprint scanning is convenient, but not good for security. Most commerical face recognition devices can be defeated very easily.
* Full disk encryption should be used if your device contains information that you would not want someone to get hold off in the event that your device was stolen.
* Ensure your camera app does not save location tags. As an extra precaution, strip EXIF metadata from any images before you upload them to the internet.
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You may not want or be able to follow all of the above rules, but you should follow as many as you can in order to ensure your safety on the internet.
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=> https://www.passwordstore.org/ [1] pass homepage
=> https://keepassxc.org/ [2] KeePassXC homepage
=> https://www.privacytools.io/browsers/ [3] Firefox hardening guide by PrivacyTools
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=> https://www.guerrillamail.com/ [6] Guerrilla Mail homepage
## Alternatives to proprietary services
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=> https://duckduckgo.com/ DuckDuckGo, an alternative to Google Search
=> https://invidious.snoptya.org/ Invidious, an alternative YouTube player
=> https://notabug.org/ NotABug, an open source alternative to GitHub