Best Online Privacy Tools

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Featured Tools

Avast Breach Guard

Avast’s Breach Guard privacy protection software is designed to provide low cost, automated protection for your personal information online. The software offers a suite of privacy tools that promise to keep you safe from data leaks and identity theft.

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DeleteMe

DeleteMe’s team of privacy experts track down and remove your personal data from the internet’s top data brokers and people search sites. The company offers a range of personal and business plans to suit everyone’s privacy needs.

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BrandYourself

BrandYourself is a suite of services that helps improve your Google results, protect your privacy, clean up your social media, and support the building of your brand.

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Onerep

OneRep delivers customized online privacy protection and ongoing monitoring and support for your digital presence. They use a combination of automated tools and live staff to address a range of privacy concerns.

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Privacy Duck

PrivacyDuck advocates for consumer privacy by sharing free resources and providing paid services for clients. The company focuses on removing personally identifiable information from people search websites.

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Reputation Defender

ReputationDefender is an online reputation management utility that promotes your digital privacy, improves your search result standings, and enhances your company or organizational reputation online.

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Safe Shepherd

Safe Shepherd provides automated online privacy protection and data cleanup for clients on a subscription basis.

 

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Privacy Badger

Privacy Badger is a browser extension, created by the EFF, that blocks third-party non-consensual trackers. Third-party trackers are those that are included on websites that you visit (first party), and by large, are invisible to the end user.

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Ghostery

Ghostery is an open source browser extension that blocks ads, trackers, and a variety of other third-party content.

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Disconnect

Disconnect has a line of products that block trackers, encrypt your traffic, and help you maintain your privacy online from any device.

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1Password

Apples’ favorite password manager goes toe to toe with a sea of challengers. Is it still as great as it once was? Spoiler alert: Yes.

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Dashlane

Dashlane is a popular password manager with a lot of additional features. Bloated, or essential? That’s the question.

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Bitwarden

Open source, security, and privacy go hand in hand. So, why then are the vast majority of password managers closed source? Bitwarden is probably the most visible open source password manager around, but is it worth using? Let’s find out.

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LastPass

LastPass was initially released in 2008. The service is among the most popular and successful password managers on the planet with more than 13.5 million users (as of 2019).

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Enpass

Enpass, previously known as WalletX, is a local password manager that has been available since 2011. There is no online web app to log into, and no built-in sync service for you to use to keep secure on your various devices.

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PrivateInternetAccess

Private Internet Access is by far the most popular US-based VPN service provider. Let’s see how they stack up against newer, foreign competitors.

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ProtonVPN

Created by the team behind the world’s largest privacy-focused email service, ProtonMail, ProtonVPN is a newer VPN that has very interesting features.

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ExpressVPN

ExpressVPN is one of the most popular VPN services in the world — and one of the few to stand up to a national government investigation regarding “no logging” claims. It’s a colorful service with some very unique features — let’s take a look.

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IPVanish

IPVanish is an old standby of the VPN industry — how does it compare to the modern era?

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TunnelBear

TunnelBear is a popular VPN service based in Toronto, Canada. The company was founded in 2011 and was recently (in 2018) acquired by the US security giant, McAfee.

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