Orbot is the only app that creates a truly private internet connection. As the New York Times writes, “when a communication arrives from Tor, you can never know where or whom it’s from.” Tor won the 2012 Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) Pioneer Award.
★ ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES: Orbot is the safest way to use the Internet on Android. Period. Orbot bounces your encrypted traffic several times through computers around the world, instead of connecting you directly like VPNs and proxies. This process takes a little longer, but the strongest privacy and identity protection available is worth the wait.
★ PRIVATE WEB SURFING: Use with Orweb, the most anonymous way to access any website, even if it’s normally blocked, monitored, or on the hidden web. Get Orweb: https://goo.gl/s3mLa
★ PRIVATE CHAT MESSAGING: Use Gibberbot with Orbot to chat confidentially with anyone, anywhere for free. Get Gibberbot: https://goo.gl/O3FfS
★ PRIVACY FOR APPS: Any installed app can use Tor if it has a proxy feature, using the settings found here: https://goo.gl/2OA1y Use Orbot with Twitter, or try private web searching with DuckDuckGo: https://goo.gl/lgh1p
★ PRIVACY FOR EVERYONE: Tor can help you confidentially research a competitor, get around the Facebook block at school, or circumvent a firewall to watch sports at work.
★ PRIVACY MADE EASY: Check out our fun, interactive walkthrough: https://guardianproject.info/howto/browsefreely
★ IT’S OFFICIAL: This is the official version of the Tor onion routing service for Android.
***Expert Root Mode***
★ UNIVERSAL MODE: Orbot can be configured to transparently proxy all of your Internet traffic through Tor. You can also choose which specific apps you want to use through Tor.
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★ ABOUT US: Guardian Project is a group of developers that make secure mobile apps and open-source code for a better tomorrow.
★ OUR WEBSITE: https://GuardianProject.info
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★ OPEN-SOURCE: Orbot is free software. Take a look at our source code, or join the community to make it better: https://gitweb.torproject.org/orbot.git
★ ABOUT TOR: https://TorProject.org
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★ HELP US BRING ORBOT TO YOUR COUNTRY: We’re trying to get Orbot into as many languages as possible. Right now it’s in: Arabic (العربية), Basque (Euskara), Bulgarian (български език), Chinese (中文简体), Czech (Čeština), Danish (Dansk), Dutch (Nederlands), English, Farsi (فارسی), French (Français), French (Français), German (Deutsch), Greek (Ελληνικά), Hebrew (עברית), Hungarian (Magyar Nyelv), Italian (Italiano), Japanese (日本語) Korean (조선말), Latvian (Latviešu), Malaysian (بهاس ملايو ), Polish (Polski), Portuguese (Português), Russian (Русский), Spanish (Español), Swedish (Svensk), and Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt).
If Orbot isn’t in your language yet, we’d love to have you join our translation team: https://goo.gl/6hni4
The Guardian Project makes apps that are designed to protect your security and anonymity. The protocols that we use are widely regarded as the state of the art in security technology. While we are constantly upgrading our software to combat the latest threats and eliminate bugs, no technology is 100% foolproof. For maximum security and anonymity users must utilize best practices to keep themselves safe. You can find a good introductory guide to these topics at https://securityinabox.org
1) Enter text, e.g. "This is a secret!"
2) Enter desired password, e.g. "Zahd&182"
3) The app decrypts your text with the password.
You'll get something like:
4) Send this message to your friend.
If somebody intercepts the message, he won't be able to read it.
Your friend can decrypt the message by entering the secret password "Zahd&182".
Of course, the recipient must have the secret password, otherwise he won't be able to decrypt the message. You should always tell the password to the recipient in person, so it can't be intercepted. The secret password is NOT stored on our servers.
Encrypting messages before sending them makes it harder for espionage and other government agencies to read, than just sending them unencrypted. However, this app cannot guarantee 100% secure communications.
Of course, this app can be used to send messages not everybody is supposed to read (e.g. your wife, your boyfriend or your mother).
We use the 128 bit AES-Process to encode messages.
What Wikipedia says about AES: "The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is a specification for the encryption of electronic data established by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in 2001."
Have fin with the app!
>> Your Root mobile should have "Ping and Traceroute" files installed in "/system/bin" folder
>> Without these files thie app won't provide the expected result.
>> This app checks whether any source IP or website has been spoofed or not If detected any threat then adds into the black list else into the whitelist.Its a combination of firewall and spoof checker.
>> So create your own firewall for your mobile to prevent your mobile from malware,spoofed source,spyware,viruses.
>> If you want the normal flow of your network or firewall free network/internet connection then please "Deactivate IP firewall".
>> If you would face any problem or need any more assistance/support please do write me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Thank you for choosing Android IP spoofing detector and firewall.
>> For more instructions & help please refer "Help and About" option in the app.
ATTENTION: This App will not work on Android 4.4 KitKat. If you are running Android 4.4 I strongly suggest that you update to Android 4.4.2. In this version the FlashSMS vulnerability as well as the WAP PUSH 0-byte vulnerability is fixed and there is no need to install this app. Thanks!
To make it work simply open the app and set the values for threshold and block duration.
The message threshold is set for messages per minute that are allowed to be received. If the number of incoming messages exceeds the defined value the message gets dropped by the Class 0 Firewall.
To define how long a sender should be blocked just set the minutes in the second field.
To test if the firewalling is effective you can use tools like PDUSpy, a SMS Gateway Software or use my app HushSMS which can send Class0 messages (http://www.silentservices.de/products/android-hushsms/)
If a message gets dropped a toast message will appear. Also if a message count for a specific sender will be reset a toast message appears. The next release will show a notification icon in the notification area to make you aware that something has happened.
I am aware that an attacker might spoof the senders number. For that the next version will include a "same origin" policy.
If you have any questions about the app or find a bug please contact me via email and I will try to solve the issue as soon as possible.
Graphics from http://www.clker.com/ Mainly from OCAL, thanks!
✡✡100% compatible with Facebook mobile and Twitter mobile.
Note:Video playback and downloading is not currently supported.
✡ With Free proxy unblock sites and surf anonymously.
✡ Unblock parental control
✡ User Agent support(iphone/blackberry/android/pc/mac/linux etc).
✡ Surf the Internet incognito with a hidden IP address.
✡ Three proxies(Two Ip Address) for better performance.
✡ Modifiable cookies
✡ No browsing history
Proxy Browser is not responsible for how you use this application.
✡✡ If you want to access any Desktop Sites like youtube,change the browser user agent to any PC OS browser by clicking on Edit Browser button.
TS3 Remote connects to a running TeamSpeak 3 client on your PC and displays a list of all clients in your current channel, including who is currently talking, muted, away etc.
This application makes use of the clientquery plugin of the TeamSpeak client. It does not connect to a TeamSpeak server, instead it connects via WLAN to your PC, where the TeamSpeak client is running.
Requires TeamSpeak client 3.0.0
1) Setting up the TeamSpeak client
* In your TeamSpeak client, open the Plugins dialog.
* Ensure the ClientQuery plugin is enabled.
* Open the ClientQuery settings dialog (double-click on the ClientQuery line or click the Settings button below)
* Enable "Open telnet port for everyone"
* Close the ClientQuery options dialog and reload the ClientQuery plugin ("Reload" from the ClientQuery contextmenu or just click "Reload all"). The Windows firewall might ask you if you want to allow connections. Allow them, else your Android phone cannot connect.
2) Setting up TS3 Remote on Android
* Start TS3 Remote and enter the IP to your PC where the TeamSpeak client is running.
* If you want to change the IP dialog later, select "Connect" in the menu.
You can see your IP using the "ipconfig" command in a DOS shell on Windows, or "ifconfig" in a Linux shell.
For example ipconfig on Windows might tell:
IPv4-Adresse . . . : 192.168.1.10
Subnetzmaske . . . : 255.255.255.0
Then you would enter "192.168.1.10" into TS3 Remote. If the connection fails, either the IP was wrong, your firewall is blocking the connection, WLAN is disabled on your phone or the WLAN network cannot reach your PC.