|torxmppu5u7amsed.onion||Register via client.||Problems to connect to other servers.|
|m2dsl4banuimpm6c.onion||Register via client.|
|anonboy5e4z6vxdl.onion||Register via client.|
|ijeeynrc6x2uy5ob.onion||Register via client.||Problems to connect to other servers.|
On basic principle of the hacker ethic is decentralization. So please don’t use all the same server. Only one server can easily be monitored or censored, by taking down the server.
Here is a list of xmpp servers, which can be also accessed via the Onion:
You can find me at anonymiss (at) creep.im if you want …
If you know more servers, please write a comment!
[UPDATE] 2017-03-19 – Added some new servers to the list. My thanks are going to the readers for their input.
[UPDATE] 2017-03-26 – Added two new servers: metalgamer.eu and jabjab.de. Thanks for the input.
[UPDATE] 2017-05-21 – Added a new servers: evil.im. Thanks for the input.
I got some questions where to go after leaving Gmail to send real secure and private emails. If you decode my public key then you will see I use an email hosted in the U.S. That’s not really secure because the NSA can get access to this emails and I can’t do anything against it. I also use an Email in the I2P darknet: http://www.i2p2.de ← That’s really secure but the end to end encryption is only inside the I2P network. Most email servers outside I2P in the real Internet refuse emails form I2P – guess why 😦
The second best way for beginners is to use an email in Iceland. In Iceland after the Wikileaks scandal and the change of the government, you will get the best privacy in this world. As far as I know there is no secret service in Island like the NSA. They only have a normal police, which is doing the counterintelligence. They only take a look inside your emails if you do criminal thing, which are criminal after law in Island. So whistleblowing will be allowed.
You can use 1984 which is a web company in Island with an English web interface for emails: https://1984hosting.com
If you have more suggestions, please let me know in the comments 🙂
|Adblock||here||here||Add serves can be hacked and used to distribute malware. Advertising can redirect you to fraudulent websites.||You have to subscribe a filter.|
|https Everywhere||here||Protects you from spying and manipulation of the connection.||Default configuration works fine.|
|KB SSL Enforcer||here||Protects you from spying and manipulation of the connection. Not as good as “https everywhere” but better than nothing.||Mark “Also try the domain with or without www” in the configuration.|
|Perspectives||here||here||Checks the certificates of ssl connections.||Set the security level to “high security”.|
|RefControl||here||Don’t show a website from where you came from.||Set “Block” don’t send referrer and mark only for other domains.|
|NoRef||here||Don’t show a website from where you came from.||Default configuration works fine.|
|NoScript||here||Protects you from xss, flash, java script and many other security holes in the web. You have to deactivate NoScript on websites like YouTube and Facebook because they don’t work without scripts.||Default configuration works fine.|
It’s always a good idea to encrypt your files before sharing them. The internet is a very insecure network and a usb stick can get lost. If you don’t know how to encrypt emails, you can write a document and send it as an encrypted attachment.
An easy and simple tool for this is Elettra. For windows users just download the exe-file and you are ready to use it.
Here is a short explanation, how to install Elettra for Linux:
1) You need these packages:
2) Download the C source of Elettra, the first point on the download page.
3) Unpack the source code. Then you can compile and install the program with these commands:
sudo mv elettra /usr/local/bin
4) For the GUI install this package:
5) Now download the C++ source GUI (third point) from the download page.
6) Unpack the file change into the unpacked directory and then:
g++ *.cpp -I. `wx-config --cxxflags --libs` -o elettra-gui
sudo mv elettra-gui /usr/local/bin
How to use it:
1) Make a menu entry for elettra-gui or start it on the command line.
2) Choose an output file and add a files with a password.
3) If you want to encrypt more than one file together with the same password – use archives.
Now the clue of Elettra:
1) You can put different files with different passwords together in one encrypted file. So you can put always an insignificant file with an easy password inside. If the police or the TSA asks for your password, you can give them the easy password. The secret file is save and they can’t check how many files are inside the encrypted file.
2) So give the TSA the chance to analyse something and generate a report for them.
The payload with the password: anonymous
The fake file with the password: TellMeTheSecret