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Submitted by GrimWillow in freeAsInFreedom (edited )

locked, but I spent enough time on the reply I was making to /u/sudo posting about as an alternative email service to justify posting it *somewhere*. I like Riseup because they have [the best ... statement of purpose]( Here's a snippet from their about page about it: > Riseup’s Purpose > The Riseup Collective is an autonomous body based in Seattle with collective members world wide ... real-time collaborative text editor. * []( — file upload (pastebin and imagebin). * [Riseup Black]( — vpn services The footer in their page says: > This site is run by Riseup, your friendly


Submitted by GrimWillow in security_culture

This is from a security bulletin from about a month ago:* --- Adobe Flash Advisory ==================================================== The problem ---------------------------------------------------- Adobe Flash is a plugin for most web browsers that allows the browser to display interactive content such ... activists. **For further reading, see:** *-


Submitted by just1602 in security_culture

traffic encryption. To make this possible, it sends all your internet traffic through an encrypted connection to, where it then goes out onto the public internet. > Unlike most other VPN providers, Riseup does


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sudo wrote is pretty good, but they are invite-only. I have an account, but I can only give out invites to trusted people


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because the Raddle onion service isn't [configured to connect to the public IP address](


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specifically Riseup? If you don't get an invite consider checking this out: http://vww6ybal4bd7szmgncyruucpgfkqahzddi37ktceo3ah7ngmcopnpyyd.onion/en/security/resources/radical-servers (