Last updated on March 23rd, 2018 at 07:35 am
There are quite a bit news about how government or even hackers gain control on your history logs, real ip addresses, social media activity, online messaging activity, online storage activity and even payments activity. The fact that huge corporations or even individuals are constantly tracking you, you still do not have the slightest clue that you are being tracked. I am telling you there are no 100% total anonymity online even elite of the elite hackers can be tracked. Here on this post I will named few of the tools I am using to be completely anonymous online with 80%-99% success rate!
No one can stop the rise of Government monitoring programs they will track every inch of the way but we’re glad there are still ways to bypass it. Let’s start from your operating system to your social life and payment system.
Use Linux as your operating system. You may also use the following claimed to be anonymous operating system.
Use the following search engines. They claimed to be private search engine so advertisers wont track you. Though they don’t have exactly good results like the Google giant.
Use Anonymous Browser like TOR which is a highly reputed anonymous browser. Following the list below of top anonymous browsers.
TOX anonymous instant messenger app is the top on our list for best anonymous messenger. Following the list below.
You can use free and paid Virtual Private Networks of VPN. TOR does this but I would recommend CyberGhost as VPN
MEGA is top on this list. Following the total shutdown of MegaUpload last 2012 they have come up with better and most private online storage facility on the planet. Check out their new website at https://mega.co.nz/
I know you have already heard cryptocurrencies there are tons of them already. Most famous is BitCoin which is widely use among online merchants. You just have your bitcoin address to get payments and be paid. No government involve!
So what would be the most tools I used to be anonymous of a little while now. Feel free to ask questions on the comment section below.