Security & Privacy Software

This list contains 113 Security & Privacy Software.

Tunnelblick Tunnelblick

A free and open-source graphic user interface for OpenVPN. With Tunnelblick anyone can create a connection with a Virtual Private Network on macOS, as long as they have access to a VPN server. Tunnelblick is openly developed and all source code is available for anyone to take a look at or improve upon, thus you can be sure that Tunnelblick is developed with privacy and security in mind. The software is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL 2).

ExpressVPN ExpressVPN

With ExpressVPN you can overcome content restrictions and censorship so that you can access video, music, social media, and more, from anywhere in the world. ExpressVPN hides your IP address and encrypts your network data so no one can see what you're doing online. In 2020, both TechRadar and CNET named the service their Editors' Choice

ProtonVPN ProtonVPN

ProtonVPN is a virtual private network service provider operated by the Swiss company Proton Technologies AG, the provider of ProtonMail. Just like ProtonMail, ProtonVPN is a community supported project that aims to build a safer Internet that also protects civil liberties. The service provides a strict no data logging policy, that ensures that no personal data is kept by ProtonVPN. It also has Tor integration and SecureCore servers for additional security if needed. Currently, ProtonVPN provides over 560 servers in more than 40 countries.

Dashlane Dashlane

Dashlane is a cross-platform subscription-based password manager, digital wallet application and VPN service available on macOS, Windows, iOS and Android. Everything you store in Dashlane is encrypted (converted to an unreadable code) using your Master Password as the key. Without it, your data remains safely indecipherable. The VPN services are provide through a third-party's technology, called Pango's Hotspot Shield. With the free version of Dashlane you can securely store and autofill up to 50 account passwords plus all your personal and payment information, where as with the premium version you have unlimited access to all services provided by Dashlane.

TunnelBear TunnelBear

TunnelBear encrypts your internet connection to keep your online activity private on any network. It's one of the few VPN providers in the world that publish regular security audits of their network and applications, by a third-party security auditor.

Ivacy Ivacy

Ivacy is a VPN provider that allow you to browse the web securely in private. With Ivacy you can bid farewell to geo-ristricted content and enjoy all that the web has to offer. Ivacy allows you to protect up to 10 devices at a time which means that you can protect yourself and your family with a single subscription.

PureVPN PureVPN

PureVPN is a UK-based VPN service that features kill switch and split tunneling. In total, PureVPN has more than 6,500 encrypted VPN servers and 300,000 anonymous IPs across the globe. The service allow you to choose from 4 different types of activities (Stream, Internet Freedom, Security/Privacy, and File Sharing) and tailor your current connection accordingly.

ownCloud ownCloud

With ownCloud, organizations can collaborate and be more production on their own secure enterprise file sharing (EFSS) platform. The ownCloud platform is self-hosted and allow for secure file sharing within an organization. The platform can be hosted on premise or on a cloud instance, controlled by the organization. The software is written in PHP and Javascript and is fully open source, released under the AGPLv3 license. ownCloud can run on most server hardware and operating systems, and the client for accessing ownCloud is available for Android, iOS, macOS, Linux and Windows.

Mullvad Mullvad

Mullvad is a VPN service that helps keep your online activity, identity, and location private.

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