We want to be anonymous. We do not use 'I' or 'me', but rather address ourselves as 'us' and 'we'. Who we are and how many is uncertain - important is: We act as one!
"Term7 can help you to defend yourself online! Reclaim your online privacy now, with Tor and VPN services you can trust. Circumvent censorship. Block ads and other malicious content. Free your Android from Google and install your own private cloud. Use FOSS (free and open-source software) & stop services that harvest your data. Only you should be in control! Delete your digital traces and minimize your online footprint. Learn to use encrypted communications via XMPP & Matrix. Use Mastodon as an alternative social media platform. Setup unbreakable encryption for your email via PGP, block unwanted emails and secure your passwords. Make use of anonymous payment solutions powered by Cryptocurrencies and Smart Contracts & secure your funds."
Anonymous Digital Clairvoyant, now.here, November 2021
... about this site
This website is hosted on a server that has been payed for in Cryptocurrency. Both server and domain have been registered without using an email address that can be easily tied back to a particular person. Needless to say - we also use Tor...
As you may know already: there are a lot of bright people out there, who work hard to develop tools and platforms, that support us against surveillance capitalism. We want to encourage everybody to visit these platforms and to use these tools, because we think it is important to use FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) instead of proprietary software that harvests ond often sells our user data to third parties - and to encrypt as much of our online communication as possible. How else can we reclaim some sort of control over our digital lives?
However, when we talk to our friends, especially artists and designers, we find it hard to convince them to use these tools, because it is less convenient. Most of them still use MacOS, unconfigured, in its standard configuration (only very few use Windows), simply because it requires no additional effort from their side. This is why we started to develop tutorials and to write simple scripts that hopefully make it easier for others to learn and to implement some of these tools on MacOS and perhaps even to convince them to use Linux in the end. But we are also human and tend to be forgetful: so this space also functions as a creative tech-diary.
We are self-taught and we have a background in art, which is why we deliver our content from an artistic perspective. This digital space features guides, tutorials, scripts, code snippets and related content.
... specific content, delivered directly to you
You can always contact us with specific questions. For the time being we offer our advice directly to those people who we like to assist - right now mainly friends, artists and other creative professionals. You could be one of them too...
We are here to respond: Please don't hesitate to ask!
Ah, we almost forgot to mention - to improve your privacy, you can also visit this website on the Darknet as a hidden Tor v3 Onion Service. Just use the Tor browser to visit the following link: