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23.04.2024 Open Source Verschlüsselung

Protection from surveillance

In many articles we have reported on the necessity of not simply putting your own data on the Internet. When communicating, you should make sure that the data packets are encrypted so that they cannot be seen by prying eyes and used to your own disadvantage.

In the last few weeks, we have highlighted the possibilities for doing this by referring to Theo Tenzer's book "Open Source Encryption - Open Source Software for the Democratization of Cryptography".

In the second article, we had already started to go into more detail about the individual encryption methods that he describes in his book. This will not be necessary in future, as the author has given us permission to publish the special edition of his book with the foreword by our association as text on our website.

Open-Source-Verschlüsselung - Table of Contents & Introduction: Apps, programs and tools - with which learners learn to become encryption master No. 1

We would like to thank the author and hope that as many people as possible will find in the tips on secure communication what is useful to them in their personal environment in order to regain their privacy. There is nothing good - unless you do it.

More about Theo Tenzer's books at

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