We hear a lot about encryption these days. Many folks are worried about protecting their privacy online and on the go these days. Encrypting your phone calls and messages is one way to do that. Here are 3 ways you can go about doing that:
Safeplug: a nifty tool that uses Tor to keep you anonymous online. It secures your Internet connection for all your devices and conceals your IP address.
Jackpair: encrypts your phone calls to protect your privacy. You need a pair of these devices to create a secure line of communication with people you want to get in touch with. JackPair encrypts your conversation using a One-Time-Secret -Key (OTSK) that is created on the fly. It is automatically self-destroyed after your conversation ends.
goTenna: lets you text & chat and share your location off-grid. It offers end to end encryption for your protection.
You could also use VPN, Tor, and encryption apps to protect your privacy on your phone. Just do your homework to understand encryption before trying anything crazy though.
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