Privacy Checklist

Use this privacy checklist to quickly & significantly improve your online privacy in minutes. Some suggestions may not apply depending on your threat model.

Update Computer Software

Always ensure that your system &  your software is up to date. It's best to enable automatic updates.

     Use Private Search Engines

    Ensure that you're not using Google, Bing, Ecosia, or Yahoo. Explore some privacy-respecting alternatives.

       Use Password Managers

      It's not a good idea to use a single memorable password for all your accounts. Use a password manager.

         Use 2-step Authentication

        Never solely rely on your password to login to your online accounts. Setup 2-step authentication today.

           Use Secure Email Providers

          Providers like Gmail, AOL, Yahoo, Hotmail, Zoho, and more, are not secure. Use encrypted email today.

             Use Encrypted Messengers

            You should try to avoid avoid holding prolonged conversations via email. Use secure messengers.

               Use a VPN to stay private

              A privacy-respecting VPN provider will keep your home IP address hidden & your browsing habits private.

                 Backup your data securely

                It's always a good idea to very often backup your computer & online data to a secure cloud storage provider.

                   Be smart on the internet

                  Before clicking a link, sharing info, or registering an account for a site, verify that the site/source is trustworthy.


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