Security In-a-Box

Tweet Security in-a-box is a project that provides various resources for enhancing your security and privacy both on and offline. The site contains a how-to booklet and a number of hands-on guides for using free software such as TrueCrypt, Tor, Eraser, and more to strengthen your digital security. Security in-a-box is a collaborative effort of […]

Protect Yourself Against Warrantless Mobile Phone Searches

Tweet As a result of recent court cases, it is now legal in California and some other areas of the United States for law enforcement officers to search your cell phone upon arrest without a warrant. An article on Ars Technica provides an explanation of the law and instructions and tips for securing your phone […]

Secret Stash 2010

Tweet Secret Stash 2010 is a project by artist Yiting Cheng that features seemingly ordinary objects modified into deceptive hiding places. Check out the project page for a video and a gallery of pictures. This project is about concealing valuables, secrets, bad habits and personal information in our workplaces. Here, hidden spaces/ messages were created […]

Privacy: Don’t Show All of Your Cards to Survive [Guest Post]

Tweet Post by John from Destiny Survival I’m from the old school. I’m a middle aged man from a rural background, who’s been around for some time before the Internet, blogging, Twitter, ad nauseam. People today have no sense of what it means to keep things private. For example, teens don’t have the sense to […]

Use Internet Privately [Privacy]

Tweet Ever gone to a site, and wish that the site couldn’t know where you were in the world, or who you were? Perhaps giving away secrets, or anonymously submitting articles? Volunteer Your Computer for Global Privacy details using TOR, software that doesn’t give away your location. Enjoy. Google revealed last week that network intruders […]