Updates im Dezember 2020

Nicht nur für Sicherheitspuristen, sondern auch für Leser anderer Seiten:

Wer Ihnen unterstellt, Sie leider unter „Paranoia“, der hat den Ernst der Lage leider nicht erkannt.
Standard sind für uns je (nach Aufgabenstelung): TOR, TAILS, Thunderbird mit openPGP…
WHONIX, I2P, FREENET.

Dieser Monat hat es in sich.
Updates für fast alle Programme, die der persönlichen Sicherheit dienen.

Tails: https://tails.boum.org/install/

Aktuell ist die Version 4.13
Zu TAILS:
Tails kommt mit einer Auswahl an Anwendungen um mit sensiblen Daten arbeiten zu können und zum sicher Kommunizieren. Alles in Tails ist bereit zur Nutzung und kommt mit sicheren Voreinstellungen. Überwachung, Zensur, Werbung und Viren meiden

Tails nutzt das Tor Netzwerk um Ihre Online-Privatsphäre zu schützen und um Ihnen zu helfen Zensur zu umgehen. Nutzen Sie das Internet wie es sein sollte.
Ihr sicherer Computer, überall

Fahren Sie ihren Computer herunter und starten Sie mit ihrem Tails USB Stick anstatt mit Windows, macOS oder Linux. Tails hinterlässt keine Spuren auf dem Computer wenn es heruntergefahren wird.
Werkzeugkasten für digitale Sicherheit

Tails kommt mit einer Auswahl an Anwendungen um mit sensiblen Daten arbeiten zu können und zum sicher Kommunizieren. Alles in Tails ist bereit zur Nutzung und kommt mit sicheren Voreinstellungen.

Freie Software

Sie können Tails gratis herunterladen und es können unabhängige Sicherheitsuntersuchungen gemacht werden, um unsere Arbeit zu überprüfen. Tails basiert auf Debian GNU/Linux.

https://geti2p.net/en/

I2P
What does I2P do for you?

 

The I2P network provides strong privacy protections for communication over the Internet. Many activities that would risk your privacy on the public Internet can be conducted anonymously inside I2P.
Get I2P 0.9.48
https://freenetproject.org

Freenet
What is Freenet?

I worry about my child and the Internet all the time, even though she’s too young to have logged on yet. Here’s what I worry about. I worry that 10 or 15 years from now, she will come to me and say ‘Daddy, where were you when they took freedom of the press away from the Internet?

–Mike Godwin, Electronic Frontier Foundation

Freenet is free software which lets you anonymously share files, browse and publish “freesites” (web sites accessible only through Freenet) and chat on forums, without fear of censorship. Freenet is decentralised to make it less vulnerable to attack, and if used in “darknet” mode, where users only connect to their friends, is very difficult to detect.

Communications by Freenet nodes are encrypted and are routed through other nodes to make it extremely difficult to determine who is requesting the information and what its content is.

Users contribute to the network by giving bandwidth and a portion of their hard drive (called the “data store”) for storing files. Files are automatically kept or deleted depending on how popular they are, with the least popular being discarded to make way for newer or more popular content. Files are encrypted, so generally the user cannot easily discover what is in his datastore, and hopefully can’t be held accountable for it. Chat forums, websites, and search functionality, are all built on top of this distributed data store.

Freenet has been downloaded over 2 million times since the project started, and used for the distribution of censored information all over the world including countries such as China and in the Middle East. Ideas and concepts pioneered in Freenet have had a significant impact in the academic world. Our 2000 paper “Freenet: A Distributed Anonymous Information Storage and Retrieval System” was the most cited computer science paper of 2000 according to Citeseer, and Freenet has also inspired papers in the worlds of law and philosophy. Ian Clarke, Freenet’s creator and project coordinator, was selected as one of the top 100 innovators of 2003 by MIT’s Technology Review magazine.

An important recent development, which very few other networks have, is the “darknet”: By only connecting to people they trust, users can greatly reduce their vulnerability, and yet still connect to a global network through their friends’ friends’ friends and so on. This enables people to use Freenet even in places where Freenet may be illegal, makes it very difficult for governments to block it, and does not rely on tunneling to the “free world”.

Whonix
https://www.whonix.org/

 

https://www.thunderbird.net/de/

Thunderbird
Thunderbird ist eine freie E-Mail-Anwendung, die sich leicht einrichten und anpassen lässt – und wir haben viele tolle Funktionen hineingepackt!

 

https://www.openpgp.org/

Open PGP
OpenPGP is the most widely used email encryption standard. It is defined by the OpenPGP Working Group of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) as a Proposed Standard in RFC 4880. OpenPGP was originally derived from the PGP software, created by Phil Zimmermann.

 

Email Encryption
All email applications on this page support the OpenPGP standard either directly or with additional software. The authors of this webpage are not actively participating in the development of each of these third-party apps. No security audits have been done by us and, thus, we cannot provide any security guarantees.

https://www.itsec-tools.de/hintergrund/privacy-handbuch-geballtes-wissen-ueber-privatsphaere-im-internet/

https://www.privacy-handbuch.de/download/privacy-handbuch.pdf

 

Privacy Handbuch
Anonyme P2P Netze, Anonymisierungs-dienste (Tor), Betriebssysteme, Bezahlen im Netz, Daten verschlüsseln, DNS & DNSSEC, E-Mails anonym, E-Mails verschlüsseln, Instant Messaging, Live-DVDs, löschen, Passwörter & 2FA, Privacy-Levels, Smartphones, Spurenarm Surfen, Verschlüsselt telefonieren, verstecken, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)

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