How to Leak Documents & Surf the Web Anonymously
Every day it seems there’s something new in the news regarding information or the lack thereof. Many countries are becoming more authoritarian in how they censor their society. Asking the wrong, perhaps even innocent, questions may just put you on a watch list, and you can forget about sharing details of wrongdoings else face the consequences.
In this book you’ll find straightforward instructions that will allow you to set up an ideally secure computer system that will then allow you to use free and open source software to access the internet and similar communications both securely and anonymously, as well as the ability to encrypt your data to prevent unwanted snooping. This involves regular uncensored web, email/web-based communications, phone services, file sharing, payments, and more. Instead of the usual “Install Tor on your personal machine” you will find on many articles and books this will delve a bit deeper and focus on more serious security.
Be it reporting events to international media, tipping off the health inspector, or just picking up this book for an interesting read, you should find this book to be of use. That being said, if you’re looking to become the next darknet drug lord, this book really won’t help you, as it doesn’t cover the darker sides of this technology, and the ethics of your newfound abilities are a reoccurring theme of this book.
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