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- Mar 2, 2021
>upload photos containing revealing information to a third partyAlso if you really want to share a picture just use an exif eraser, but you are better off not sharing at all if you can help it tbh.
No it's shitIs SurfShark a good VPN? I don't use it but I've seen some YouTubers advertising it.
Protonmail isn't encrypted, they store the key and could easily just view the plain text email.might i suggest an encrypted email specifically for kiwi harvesting? check out protomail.
shit, i feel like a bit of a retard now. though i do use a pseudonym and dont actually use it to email anything. just for an account and nothing else.Protonmail isn't encrypted, they store the key and could easily just view the plain text email.
And emails you send to other people aren't encrypted.
That and they don't hestitate to sell their users out when asked by a court even though they have 0 obligation to do so as a Swiss company.
It's fine if you're not sending bomb threats or soliciting child porn, but they're not the privacy focused company they claim to be.shit, i feel like a bit of a retard now. though i do use a pseudonym and dont actually use it to email anything. just for an account and nothing else.
Depends on what I'm doing, if you're doing anything you are genuinely worried about facing legal repercussions for then I would use TOR, any vpn that supports crypto payment (Mullvad is good example) and a browser like Pale Moon.What services do you use?
how different would nulls life be, if he managed to maintain absolute anonymity?
If you DO get doxxed, @Null will remove it if you send him feet pictures.You forgot the most important rule.. Don't be exceptional enough that people WANT to dox you in the first place. Why would doxers waste their time on someone who doesn't attract attention to themselves and has done nothing noteworthy? Stay under the radar, don't become a target, and you usually won't have to worry about these rules (although it is good advice in general for privacy and most I recommend.. But LinkedIn is very hard to avoid depending on your profession)