Cryptomator is a free alternative to pCloud Crypto. It is reliable, free, open source, and fully integrated through API to pCloud.
Free is great. But there is a but: there’s a saying that goes: “if you’re not paying for a product, then you are the product.” So pay twice as much attention to free services.
Fing and Network Analyzer are two free apps to discover devices on your local WiFi network, and make sure no one else is using it.
Create a public wifi access point with Rasberry Pie, secured, and isolated from your network (and accessible with guest login and password).
Share and print in WiFi on a USB printer (HP, Samsung, Epson…) thanks to a Raspberry Pi with Cups and Samba.
Be paranoid on your iPhone. Defend yourself against thief, trackers and hackers by tuning safe setups and using security tweaks.
ProtonMail is an encrypted mailbox, which offer end-to-end encryption of your emails.
Selection of the best cybersecurity podcasts to follow
Best totally free password managers: Bitwarden vs Keepass vs LastPass vs Avira Password vs Dashlane to store, sync and and share your passwords
Criteria and review of free encrypted and secure anonymous webmails: CTemplar vs ProtonMail vs MailFence vs Tutanota
Looking for a free, anonymous (no phone number needed), encrypted app, for making voice/video calls and messenging
Step-by-step tutorial to install a free DNS server on Raspberry Pi, to filter ads, pop-ups and malware.
The ik.me mail service, free for life with 20 GB, without ads, without scanning your mails/PJ, hosted in Switzerland is an excellent alternative to GAFAM