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[liberationtech] Encryption products online database

Tim Schwartz tim at timschwartz.org
Wed Jan 25 21:28:36 PST 2017


https://prism-break.org is a pretty long list, but I tend to really use it for the discussions that happen in the github issues. It's good to see people talk about various providers. For example, I always watch the issues / discussions around protonmail.

https://github.com/nylira/prism-break/issues?utf8=✓&q=is%3Aissue%20is%3Aopen%20protonmail

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> On Jan 25, 2017, at 20:57, Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu> wrote:
> 
> There is also the new Security Without Borders list at https://lists.securitywithoutborders.org/mailman/listinfo/swb-public. 
> 
>> On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 8:28 PM, Bram Wets <bram at privacytraining.org> wrote:
>> Hi Mark,
>> 
>> Nice list. We'll look into that for our PrivacyCafés - hands-on workshops to increase your digital privacy by using tools and apps that protect your privacy.
>> 
>> Here are some other very interesting lists:
>> https://toolbox.bof.nl/
>> https://myshadow.org/resources
>> https://ssd.eff.org/
>> 
>> Does anyone know other lists?
>> 
>> Bram Wets
>> co-founder
>> Privacy Training Center
>> 
>> 
>> www.privacytraining.org
>> Unencrypted email can be read by anyone! Talk to me in private using encryption. 
>> Here's my PGP public key for encrypted email: http://bit.ly/1O6Gpna
>> 
>>> On 26/01/2017 1:33, Yosem Companys wrote:
>>> From: Covertactions <info at covertactions.com>
>>> 
>>> Hey everyone,
>>> 
>>> In case you are not 
>>> aware I host an encryption software/hardware database online. It allows 
>>> searching by Type, Country, Cost, Open/Prop, Platform and you can also 
>>> add search terms or check to see if your product is listed.
>>> 
>>> I
>>> started this project back in April 2016. We visited everyone of the 852
>>> sites listed to make sure it was an encryption product. So far the 
>>> response has been good. I got the idea after hearing the politicians and
>>> the media give woefully incorrect info on the availability of 
>>> encryption software. A secondary reason was to make it easier to find 
>>> what you are looking for without trudging through search engines.
>>> 
>>> We
>>> still have only scratched the surface I think. The products listed are 
>>> the low hanging fruit. Next we'll trudge through search engines looking 
>>> for any more. I also hope to improve the site because I'm not really 
>>> happy with the limitations of search. But I through it up fast with 
>>> Wordpress just to get something up.
>>> 
>>> Check it out. I hope it's useful to everyone. BTW we currently have 51 developer tools listed.
>>> https://covertactions.com
>>> 
>>> Mark
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
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