Beneficial Projects.

We call these projects Beneficial Projects because the results are published publicly so as to benefit everyone. Whether you are a private individual, a business, a news agency, you can contribute financially to these projects.

BP: Bitwarden.

Bitwarden stores all logins in an encrypted vault that syncs across of your devices. We will thoroughly review this app, from a security and usability perspective and publish an article.

BP: Briar App.

Briad is an Android App which provides Peer-to-peer encrypted messaging and forums. Messages are stored securely on your device, not in the cloud. It can connect directly with nearby contacts using Wifi or Bluetooth, no Internet access required. It’s a Free and open source software.

BP: Cryptpad.

Cryptpad is a real time collaboartion tool with privacy by design. It offers text pad, spreadsheet, presentation and other such tools. It is an alternative to Gdocs. We will thoroughly review this app, from a security and usability perspective and publish an article.

BP: LogMeOnce.

LogMeOnce is a passwordless password manager offering multiple login options. We will thoroughly review this app, from a security and usability perspective and publish an article.

BP: Olvid.

Olvid claim to be the only communication tool that does not rely on servers for the security of its communications, to make it impossible to access message contents or to reveal user identities and to encrypt all metadata and thus guarantee the anonymity of users. Olvid also claim to guarantees user authentication, unlike all other messaging systems whose servers act as trusted third parties. We will thoroughly review this app, from a security and usability perspective and publish an article.

BP: Particl.io App.

The first decentralized blockchain-based marketplace was OpenBazaar. Particl intends to better the concept. “The Particl Open Marketplace leverages the latest … More

BP: Resilio.

Resilio is a peer-to-peer encrypted sharing app. You can control the peers you are shring a folder with, you can encrypt folders to use on untrested servers, there is no limit to file and folder size. We will thoroughly review this app, from a security and usability perspective and publish an article.

BP: Retroshare.

Retroshare enables encrypted connections between you and your friends to create a network of computers and provides various distributed services on top of it: forums, channels, chat, mail. It’s free, decentralized and open-source software.

BP: Riot.

Matrix is a secure communication protocol, offering end-to-end encryption, VoIP, Video, chat rooms, document sharing etc. We will use the Riot client during our tests. Because it’s complicated for people to understand what’s the difference between Riot and Matrix, we call our project “Riot review”, but Riot is the front end app that connects to the Matrix decentralized network.

BP: Silent Phone.

Silent phone is a secure communication app available on Android and iOS, in addition to offering secure messaging and file transfer, you can pass phone calls to standard landlines and mobiles phones and receive calls on a dedicated phone number from a list of countries. We will thoroughly review this app, from a security and usability perspective and publish an article.

BP: Skred.

Skred is a secure communication application, using end-to-end encryption, VoIP, Video chat etc. We will thoroughly review this app, from a security and usability perspective and publish an article.

BP: Tox.

TOX is a decentralized application. It is free and open-source. Communications are encrypted and authenticated. Network is decentralized meaning there is no central server to attack for law enforcement criminals.

BP: Wickr.

Wickr is a secure end-to-end encrypted communication app offering self destruction, encryption of data on device, resistance to known attack vectors, voice/video calling. We will thoroughly review this app, from a security and usability perspective and publish an article.

BP: Wire.

Wire is a secure communication application, using end-to-end encryption, VoIP, Video chat etc. We will thoroughly review this app, from a security and usability perspective and publish an article.