Tip #21: List your important accounts! We all have lots of accounts linked with one single email or mobile number! So it's advised to keep a list of important ones which needs to be addressed in a case of Data Breach!📝

Tip #20: Change your settings! Prevent your SMS apps from showing the full text of a message while the phone is locked.🔒

Tip #19: Want to know who your browser interacts with when you visit a site? Install Lightbeam for firefox by @mozilla and keep track of your online movements!

Tip #18: We never know what personal data of ours is leaked online but we can check, to be careful next time!

Tip #17: Avoid clicking on suspicious links from unknown sources. They can steal your private credentials claiming nothing in return!🤐

Tip #16: You know that you should tape your webcam but does that stop them from "listening"?🤔

Tip #15: Why would a restaurant app need access to your contacts?🤷🏾‍♂️ Review app permissions before installing them!🧐

Tip #14: Use a trusted VPN! A VPN re-routes and encrypts all your network commuication. There are many VPN Providers available. Read the Privacy Policy before choosing a Provider.

Tip #13: Configure your router! It's not that hard! Simple steps can prevent malicious people from accessing your devices.

குறிப்பு #18: அவ்வப்போது குக்கீகளை அழிக்கவும் அல்லது உலாவலைப் பயன்படுத்தவும். மேலும் உங்கள் தரவு/ கணினியை பாதுகாப்பாக வைக்கவும். youtube.com/watch?v=8xn1rO1oQm

குறிப்பு #17: உங்களுக்கு பிடித்த வலைத்தளங்களில் உள்ள பல விளம்பரங்கள் & கண்காணிப்பாளர்கள் உங்கள் ஆன்லைன் செயல்பாட்டைப் பற்றிய தகவலை தங்கள் தரவு சேகரிப்பாளர்களிடம் அனுப்புகின்றன. இவைகளை தடுக்க தோற்றத்தை பயன்படுத்தவும். மேலும்: github.com/gorhill/Ublock/#ins

Tip #17: Many ads & trackers on your favorite websites send information about your online activity to their data-collecting masters. Use uBlock Origin to block these trackers. More: github.com/gorhill/Ublock/#ins

2018 was incredible for the Matrix ecosystem - huge progress in a multitude of projects. Take a look at matrix.org/blog/2019/01/17/ben and see what @benparsons@twitter.com, Developer Advocate for Matrix thought went well #opensource #decentralization

Tip #12: Use HTTPS! We cannot describe how crucial this is. Look for a green lock at the tip of your browser, next to the website address. Your data may be visible to others if this symbol is absent!

Tip #11 Why should Facebook know what you do on the web? Use Facebook-Container add-on by @mozilla for @Firefox.
Take Control Back.

Tip #10: Encrypt your data with @VeraCrypt_IDRIX. A free open source disk encryption software for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux and based on TrueCrypt 7.1a.

Tip #9: Using a friends PC? We highly recommend using Mozilla Open Source Support Award (2016) winner @Tails_live, a live OS!

Tip #8: Unlike you regular e-mail, @protonmail uses End-to-End Encrytion, Zero Access to User Data and Uses Open Source Cryptography, which means your mail is always encrypted and can only be read by the person you send it to!

Tip #7: Sites annoying you if they can send notifications? In @Firefox you can block sites from asking by visiting the Notifications settings panel of the Privacy & Security Options.

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