You are being watched.

Private and state-sponsored organizations are monitoring and recording your online activities. cypher web provides knowledge to protect your privacy against global mass surveillance.

Privacy? I don't have anything to hide

"Arguing that you don't care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don't care about free speech because you have nothing to say."  - Edward Snowden.

People do not need to have "something to hide" in order to hide "something". What is relevant is not what is hidden, rather the experience that there is an intimate area, which could be hidden, whose access could be restricted. Psychologically speaking, we become individuals through the discovery that we could hide something to others.

Take back your privacy

Your privacy matters, and you can take some simple steps to take back your privacy which we will explain below. Simply put you can change a few things on your computer such as your web browser and start to access the internet through a VPN Service (VPN or Virtual Private Network is a method used to add security and privacy to private and public networks, like WiFi Hotspots and the Internet. )

This  webpage aims to show you the  changes  you should make to take back control of your privacy.


A simple change

DuckDuckGo - Seamlessly take control of your personal information, no matter where the Internet takes you.


Go online via virtual private network

Protect yourself from hacking and surveillance with 256-bit AES encryption, DNS/IPv6 leak protection, kill switch, and split tunneling.


Secure Your Communications with encrypted email.

ProtonMail is incorporated in Switzerland and all their servers are located in Switzerland. This means all user data is protected by strict Swiss privacy laws.


Privacy nightmare

Data syncing is by default enabled.
Upon installation, Windows 10 defaults to some pretty serious privacy invasions.
Here are some steps you can take to keep your personal data private

Why privacy matters...

No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home, or correspondence.”

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights