How To use XMPP + I2P to build your own decentralized messenger

Building decentralized messenger run by users instead of corporations is definitely not new but thanks to XMPP and I2P (Invisible Internet Protocol) it's easier than ever before. XMPP needs to have a server running with a registered domain name which is compared to P2P, not the best solution you can get but we can run our server... Continue Reading →

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Review: Privacy Browser – The most underrated Firefox fork for Android?

There good Firefox forks and there a lot of bad Firefox forks floating around the Internet. Today I'll take a closer look at the Privacy Browser for Android which is maybe a good alternative since it has some neat privacy related function on board. Overview Privacy Browser is a fork of Mozilla's Firefox developed by Stoutner.... Continue Reading →

How To Calibrate your Laptop’s & Android’s Battery

Managing the battery usage is a very big aspect of an electronic device in order to conserve the performance of the battery and prolong the battery life. Using as less applications as possible while disabling unnecessary background tasks is on major factor to get a longer life, but what if the screens suddenly went black?... Continue Reading →

How Advertising Malware smuggles Malware into the Google Play Store

"Always download apps from the official app store." - that's what people arguing in order to stay away from malware but is this true? Several malware was already found during the past years within the official Store, Google reacted and hardened their systems, as a result, your device gets regularly scanned in order to find malware... Continue Reading →

How To find and stop apps from draining your Android Phone’s Battery

A longer battery life is key to ensure your mobile phone actually stays online and mobile. There’s nothing worse than downloading a few new apps only to find that your battery life has begun to take a serious drop. In this guide, I show you how you simply can identify the battery drainers. Finding Battery... Continue Reading →

Fire.onion for Android & Red Onion are Tor Browsers for anonymous browsing and darknet

Fire.onion is an Android supported (unofficial) Tor Browser which allows you to surf the web without any other external apps running in the background - it's an all-in-one bundle. iOS user can use Red Onion. Both Browser are unique and come with everything you need, which means you don't need any apps or programs running... Continue Reading →

An Overview of all upcoming Android P changes

The first preview build of Android is since a week out and today we're going to check what are the changes with the upcoming Android P final release in August this year. A lot of changes introduced in Android P There are a lot of changed stuff introduced in Android P and it might still... Continue Reading →

AdAway v3.3-180307 for Android

AdAway is more or less alive, some members maintaining the code, perfectslayer - a member from XDA compiled the latest version for us version 3.3-180307 fixes a lot of problems and also adds chainfire's systemless root support together with Magisk 15.x support. What's new in Version 3.3 The full changelog and official announcement is available here.... Continue Reading →

Cellebrite unlocks any Android or iOS Device

Cellebrite claims in their own PDF that they have now the technology needed to unlock any iPhone which includes the new iPhone 8 as well as Andriod phones, there is no list given but every phone could be affected (theoretically). FBI/CIA interested FBI has recently noted that many investigations were hindered due to the fact that... Continue Reading →

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