Wrapping up 2016, discussing what we'll be covering next year, and giving credit where credit is due. Show notes can be found on our official site.
Find out how you can buy a house or a car without having anyone's name actually tied to it. For show notes, visit the official site.
In this episode we discuss legally creating an official physical address that you will never be found at. For show notes, visit the official site.
How unique is your browser? Are you 1 in 1,000,000? How about 1 in 1,000? In this episode, we talk about how your browser's fingerprint can be used to track you. For more details about browser fingerprinting as well as show notes, visit the official site.
An introduction to GPG encryption, and how you can use it conveniently through the Thunderbird email client. Instructions for setting up and using GPG encryption can be found in the show notes on our official site.
For those who can't tolerate the inconvenience that comes with protecting your privacy, this episode covers 7 simple and convenient tips that you can use without disrupting your everyday life. For shownotes, visit the official site.
Discussing techniques for whistleblowing and a few thoughts on previous whistleblowers. For shownotes, see the official site.
This episode discusses how to access the deep web using Tor (The Onion Router), the ideal ways to use it, and methods to avoid in order to maintain your anonymity. For show notes, visit the official site.
This episode is for anyone who plans on returning a used phone, selling a computer, or researching a questionable subject at one point in their lives. For the full show notes, see the official website.
Find out how to own and use a smartphone without having to compromise your privacy or anonymity. For show notes, see the official site.
An episode about Bitcoin, how it works, and how it can be used anonymously. For shownotes, visit www.darkartspodcast.com.
In this episode, we discuss purchasing items online anonymously to protect your data from being used marketing companies or worse.
Now that your information has been cleaned up, it's time to bury what's left in disinformation. In this episode we'll discuss ways to trick data providing companies (and anybody else who doesn't know you) into finding and collecting the wrong information about you.
Do you want to erase your digital footprint and make it impossible for people to find you using publicly available information? This episode discusses where to start.