We maintain a list of handy tools, guides and resources on digital security.

Feminist perspectives on cyber security

WILPF has produced a great resource on the militarisation of cyber space and the need for cyber peace ...
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Helping survivors of domestic abuse: What to do when you find stalkerware

Stalkerware can track unsuspecting victims’ locations, record phone calls, peer into text messages and emails, pry into locally-stored photos and videos, and rifle through web browsing activity, all while hidden ...
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Digital security for journalists

A free press is a cornerstone of any democracy, with journalism playing an integral role in the transparency and debate that is so important to protecting and maintaining society. Increasingly, ...
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De-google-ify Internet

On the way to your digital independance… ? The road is clear! De-google-ify Internet offers you the possibility to follow it in several steps ...
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Security Planner

Hosted by the Citizen Lab, this tool asks a few simple questions to generate personalized online safety recommendations ...
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DIY Cybersecurity for Domestic Violence

When you're threatened by your partner, you can always reach out to a domestic violence professional. But whenever you need to protect yourself online, you're not alone ...
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WhatsApp uses for campaigning

WhatsApp is a mobile application used for one-to-one, group, or broadcast messaging. It is free, encrypted end-to-end, and is one of the most widely used mobile apps in the world, ...
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Digital security basics for campaigners

Digital security practices help protect campaigners from malicious online attacks and intrusive surveillance efforts led either by groups that are hostile to your agenda or by repressive government agencies ...
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XYZ

XYZ is a space for practical tools to navigate digital security and privacy from a gender perspective, learn from each other's activism, inspire one another and co-create ...
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Digital rights resources for children and young people

This is a list-in-progress of resources to use with children and young people to educate them about digital literacy and digital rights ...
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That Facebook data breach thing

By now, we're assuming that you've heard all about the latest digital rights scandal that's rocking the world - the Facebook Cambridge Analytica story. You'd be hard pressed not to ...
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Password Managers

Managing passwords across so many different services can be complicated. Using one password manager is an effective and secure way to control any potential data breaches ...
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Using PGP

Email is an outdated and broken digital system. But if you must use it, at least enable end-to-end encryption by utilising PGP keys ...
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Understanding VPNs

Surveillance of your internet traffic is not just possible, it's highly likely. Reduce the chances of privacy violations by using a VPN ...
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CSIA

The Crowd-Sourced Intelligence Agency (CSIA) is an interactive artwork that allows users to perform the role of an intelligence analyst through an online interface ...
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That one privacy site: VPN comparison chart

This crowd-sourced comparison of VPN providers is the most honest and comprehensive one we've encountered. A++ ...
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UnblockOz

The team at CryptoAustralia have put together a handy list of VPN providers, including some info on how to self-host your own VPN ...
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Surveillance Self-Defense Checklist

There are a few steps journalists, activists, and everyone else can take to maximize their security. These recommendations are grouped by difficulty level, starting with resources for beginners ...
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Privacy Tools

privacytools.io is a socially motivated website that provides information for protecting your data security and privacy ...
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Pusheen teaches internet safety

Originally from Imgur ...
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The Guardian Project

The Guardian Project creates easy to use secure apps, open-source software libraries, and customized mobile devices that can be used around the world by any person looking to protect their ...
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How to set up encrypted email – Windows

Setting up end-to-end encryption on your emails is a good start to protecting your privacy from snooping eyes. Access Now have put together a great guide for how to do ...
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How to set up encrypted email – Mac

Setting up end-to-end encryption on your emails is a good start to protecting your privacy from snooping eyes. Access Now have put together a great guide for how to do ...
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Security in-a-Box

Security in-a-Box was created by Front Line Defenders in partnership with the Tactical Technology Collective to further help human rights activists to implement tactics and tools for digital security ...
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Me and My Shadow

Me and My Shadow is a project from the Tactical Technical Collective that helps you explore and minimise your 'digital shadows': the information traces you leave behind when you use ...
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The not-crazy person’s guide to online privacy

Bloomberg’s cybersecurity reporters outline your options to improve online privacy on a scale from “sane” to “Snowden” ...
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Surveillance Self-Defense

Modern technology has given those in power new abilities to eavesdrop and collect data on innocent people. Surveillance Self-Defense is EFF's guide to defending yourself and your friends from surveillance ...
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The Paranoid Conspiracy-Theorist’s Guide To Online Privacy & Security

In putting together the Paranoid Conspiracy-Theorist’s Guide To Online Privacy & Security, Make Use Of covers a wide range of topics, and offers tips to make your time online more ...
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Protecting Yourself From Mandatory Data Retention

The Government and ALP regime of mass electronic surveillance - mandatory data retention for every man, woman and child, and every device in the country - started in October 2015 ...
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