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Noise – A Signal messenger fork

ETP Note: This information is taken from the CopperheadOS usage guide about the Noise app. Below we show you how to enable the Copperhead repository in F-Droid to download Noise. Noise is a fork of the Open Whisper Systems Signal messenger without the hard dependency on Google Cloud Messaging (GCM). It is created by Copperhead […]

Silence Messenger – Signal Alternative

Silence (formerly SMSSecure) is a full open source end to end encrypted text messaging replacement application for your Android smartphone. Silence messages are end-to-end encrypted over the air using the Axolotl encryption protocol with other Silence users. If the other party does not have Silence installed, you can still communicate, just not encrypted. Silence is […]

UnaPhone Zenith – Secure and Private Smartphone

The UnaPhone is one of the few Android phones on the market which focus on privacy and security for your data and communications. UnaPhone comes without Google facing apps and services giving you a clean operating system without call backs, and data being sent without your knowledge. Below is a list of more details about […]

Secure Cloud Storage & Backup with IDrive

IDrive offers users new users 5 gigabytes of cloud storage for free. You can also purchase 1TB of storage for under $15.00. IDrive supports  PCs, Macs, iPhones, iPads and Android devices all into a single account. With Idrive you can sync up all these devices so it is great for a family or small businesses […]

Encrypted Phone Calls with Ostel

Ostel is tool funded by the Guardian Project for having end-to-end encrypted phone calls. Their stated goal for Ostel is to promote the use of free, open protocols, standards and software, to power end-to-end secure voice communications on mobile devices, as well as with desktop computers. It is available for Android, iPhone & iPad, Mac, […]

Copperhead OS – A more secure Android Rom

Copperhead OS is a fork of Cyanogenmod which goal states “to reduce the dependency on Google services and reduce the attack surface by removing software and hardening the low-level system.” As a result they stripped out a lot of Cyanogen rom features which “phone home” or talk to Google servers. Currently Copperhead OS is only […]