Starting today (August 6), I'll start to provide services to the community. The number of services may increase in the future, but for now the following will be provided without any costs:

Private PasteBin

If you always wanted a way to send links, logs, big texts or even passwords this will be a solution for you. Powered by Pasty, you can now share your texts in private way. You can enable encryption and you will receive a unique link to share with anyone. The URL is really long, so it's impossible to guess. (e.g You can also delete your texts at any time.

  • Log policy: No logs
  • Expiration time for the texts: 7 days

Private YoutTube Frontend

If you are always watching YouTube videos like me, this will be really really really useful. You can now watch YouTube videos without passing your IP to YouTube and without being tracked by ads, cookies or javascript. A mobile experience is also available by using LibreTube.  This private frontend is powered by Piped.

  • Log policy: No logs

Private Google

If you also keep using sometimes to search (because sometimes the other engines are not good enough), you can now use this site to search anything without exposing your IP to google. The site is also really lighweight and fast to load. It's powered by the amazing open source project Whoogle

  • Log policy: No logs

Private File Sending

If you want to send a big file to a friend and you don't want to use a big service like Google Drive/Dropbox, you can now use this site. It allows you to send files with a password and you can set the expiration time to some hours or some days. You can also delete the files at any time. This amazing platform is powered by Fileshelter

  • Log policy: No logs
  • Maximum expiration time: 3 days
  • Maximum file size: 20GB
  • Encryption: No

Final thoughts

Those services can all be used for free to increase your privacy.  I'll keep all the services updated with the latest releases. I'm using those tools daily and I hope they can be useful for you too. Let me know if you have any feedback or ideas regarding the services.

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