How do you keep your site alive in a case of a DDoS attack? This short film explains what a DDoS attack is and how it silences information online. Produced by EFF in collaboration with Tactical Tech.
This short film reminds us how important it is to keep copies of our websites. In a case of an attack we can then restore it to another location. Produced by EFF in collaboration with Tactical Tech.
To keep your information online you can mirror your web content. A mirrored site can exist even when the original is down. Produced by EFF in collaboration with Tactical Tech.
Tips, tools and how-to's for safer online communication by EFF.
Protecting your story, your source and yourself online, by The Centre for Investigative Journalism.
A guide to digital security for activists and human rights defenders throughout the world by Tactical Tech and Front Line Defenders.
A practical guide to protecting your identity and security online and when using mobile phones by Access Now.
Tools and tactics for the LGBTI community in the Middle-East and North Africa produced by Tactical Tech and Front Line Defenders.
Tools and tactics for the LGBTI community in Sub-Saharan Africa produced by Tactical Tech and Front Line Defenders.
Tools and tactics for environmental rights defenders in Sub-Saharan Africa produced by Tactical Tech and Front Line Defenders.
Green party politician Malte Spitz sued to have German telecoms giant Deutsche Telekom hand over six months of his phone data. This geolocation data combined with information relating to his life all of which is all freely available on the internet. Produced by Open Data City for Zeit Online.
This series of short films focuses on how rights advocates' own behaviour and attitudes to digital security and privacy can jeopardise the safety of their communities and networks. This first episode looks at risks around exposing your networks. Produced by Tactical Tech.
Set in a film noir style, this episode encourages viewers to engage with the subject of digital security along the area of concern of censorship of information and expression. Produced by Tactical Tech.
Set in a film noir style, the films are designed to encourage viewers to engage with the subject of digital security along the areas of concern of the digital traces we leave behind. Produced by Tactical Tech.
Explore this interactive map by Open Data City to see the movement of people through their wireless devices at one of Europe's largest tech conferences.
Privacy Please! explores encryption and decryption with the programme GPG. What does GPG do? What does it not do? Why might we want to use it? When might we not want to use it? Produced by Tactical Tech.
The Key Concept takes a more detailed look at how GPG key pairs work. Produced by Tactical Tech.
Play around on this site created to test browsers and websites against bad SSL configurations, a bad configuration would mean that the data transmitted between browsers and websites would be insecure. Built by Lucas Garron.
This film was produced by Tactical Tech for The Tor Network, to encourage volunteers to join the Tor Network which relies on volunteers to donate bandwidth as a bridge or a relay, so improving the speed and safety of the network.
CertCheck.me is a small web project explaining security certificates while browsing internet using https. It shows how to read a certificate and understands risks of using unverified certificates. Produced by Tactical Tech.
Get to know your animated ally, ONO, and follow him as he begins to see the layers behind information and how they can be seen by others. Produced by Tactical Tech.
We all need the internet and often we have to use an internet cafe or other public space to access it. ONO will reveal the lurking dangers in these spaces and the steps you need to take to protect yourself and your data. Produced by Tactical Tech.
This is when ONO tells you about email; just because it's your inbox doesn't mean it's private! This episode deals with using email in public spaces, either on your own computer, mobile phone or in an internet cafe. Produced by Tactical Tech.
The internet is full of information from various sources and on many websites. ONO thinks this is wonderful but he is also very aware that not everybody can gain access to all of these all the time. Produced by Tactical Tech.
ONO explores some of the ways that people can protect their identity and separate who they are from what they are doing such as: the use of anonymising and circumvention tools and encryption. Produced by Tactical Tech.
ONO provides some tips on how to keep your email communication safe. Produced by Tactical Tech.
ONO provides some tips on how to keep your facebook account secure and private. Produced by Tactical Tech.
ONO provides some tips on how to create more secure passwords. Produced by Tactical Tech.
ONO is not a big fan of the cloud storage! But in this clip ONO provides some tips on how to store your data securely on the cloud, if you have to! Produced by Tactical Tech.
ONO likes you tell you about encryption; all that's good and the bits that are not. Produced by Tactical Tech.
ONO tells us of the perils of using the same password for everything online, and how to avoid it. Produced by Tactical Tech.
ONO shows us the risks and vulnerabilities of mobile phones communications. Produced by Tactical Tech.
ONO provides some tips on the potential dangers of internet cafes and how to stay safe while using them. Produced by Tactical Tech.
Explore this interactive map by Digital Society Switzerland, Open Data City, «Schweiz am Sonntag», Watson.ch and Arte to see the life of National Councillor Balthasar Glättli under surveillance, who voluntarily submitted six months of some of his retained personal data.
Click on this interactive map to see which companies track us and how data travels when you visit media websites. Produced by Tactical Tech.
This interactive visualisation encourages the viewer to see how the privacy enhancing tool Tor works and how it interacts with the more secure information transfer method HTTPS. Produced by EFF.
Do you want to help Ono save Secure-a-lot and learn all about safe and secure communications along the way? If you are ready for your treasure hunt through the internet, enter your email, and Ono will get in contact with YOU! Produced by Tactical Tech.
This manual provides human rights defenders with information and tools to assist them with improving their understanding of security and protection. Produced by Front Line Defenders.
Here you can find a collection of material from selected Producers around protecting yourself online. Explore by using the filters above to watch films and animations, play games, and read online resources. Read more about the project here.
This project was designed by Tactical Technology Collective and supported by Level Up to bring together a collection of material around protecting yourself online. These projects have been curated and have been produced by a number of different individuals and organisations including Tactical Technology Collective, Front Line Defenders, EFF, Open Data City, The Tor Project, The Centre for Investigative Journalists and Access Now. We thought it would be good to have them on a single page - as we use them alot at workshops, trainings and presentations. If you think we should add something here please let us know. We are working on adding other than English languages as well.Tactical Technology Collective