Finally some good news…

The news regarding our privacy seems to be constantly bad these days.

Data breaches, government spying, identity theft.  Everything we hear is another reason to be fearful.

Luckily I have some good news for you. There is one place the Feds, by their own recently leaked admission, cannot crack.  That is the TOR internet browser.

Read the story here:

Internal documents show the NSA has had no luck cracking TOR on its own.  Only when its paired with Firefox have they had success.

If you’ve heard of it before, you probably read my Patriot Privacy Kit, in which I recommend TOR as the best way to ensure your online communications are absolutely safe from prying eyes.  In light of the recent NSA news, we couldn’t be sure this was still true until now.

If you’re a little foggy on the details of TOR, here’s a brief reminder:

  • TOR was a project originally funded by the feds and then abandoned
  • Is it now privately funded and developed by volunteer coders
  • It works by bouncing your commincations around the world, so as to make the source untraceable
  • Daily use is not recommended, as it can be fairly slow.  But for secure communications it can’t be beat
You can download it for yourself here:
Its free and will remain so.  As with most free things there is not much support but you wont need support for occasional use.

Keeping you on the cutting edge,

Chris Peterson, Privacy Advocate

Freedom Writers Publishing
1815 Central Park Dr. #358
Steamboat Springs, CO  80487

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