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Voice changer app for Android

Guys do you use any system wide voice changer apps on Android for phone calls or voice chats in any app? Or are you planning on using one after all these advancements in fake voice recreation tech? https://lyrebird.ai/Also if you use one then please tell me too.

Best open source weather app?

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Free ways to protect privacy?

I want to protect my privacy and dont know much about it. Is there any free software or programs, that I can use to protect my privacy online? I try to keep my face and name off the internet. Free anti virus software? I want to try to be anonymous as possible any ideas for me?

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Using Windows 10 without wifi

If I use Windows 10 without wi-fi installed, would Microsoft still be able to collect and retrieve my data?

I would love to use Linux instead, but it’s just unusable for me. I’ve spent months and read books trying to figure it out and it’s just no use. There’s no reason for me to be having trouble installing programs “made” for Linux. It’s beyond my capabilities, unfortunately.

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.sparseimage access for a PC?

I use a .sparseimage to store several files and folders that I want encrypted on my iMac. I am wanting to create one for use in my Dropbox that I can access with my other computers. Creating this I know how to do, my issue is accessing the sparseimage with a Windows 10 Pro PC. Is there a way to access this or is there a way to create a small encrypted disk image that can be accessed by both Windows 10 and OS X?

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Any thoughts about Zoho Mail?

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Another de-googleing question

I am the first to admit I’m probably missing something obvious, but repetitive searching and reading isnt leading me anywhere, so I thought I’d see if I can put my question into better words and phraseing and see if anyone can “lead a horse to water”…

  • looking at alternatives to Google everything (docs, drive, calendar, but esp photos) currently being used by my wife and I. My IT and computer skills level is “just enough to cause damage”, but I’m willing to learn (albeit with some significant free time constraints on my life right now).

  • self hosting seems to be the most “private”, but with my skill levels, I have been repeatedly warned this is a dangerous prospect in and of itself, as screw ups and mistakes will most likely happen, and losing my wife’s photos is an easy way to end up in the dog house.

  • one helpful person on a previous attempt to phrase this question pointed me towards Synology NAS set ups, (proprietary I know, but I think my question still works, bear with me )

  • so if I go buy a multi bay NAS, figure out how to connect it to a LAN w/wifi availability, what then? I feel like I’m missing a step. Do I need to have a dedicated “server” box? Or is that function provided by the NAS? Do I need to load a owncloud/nextcloud instance into the NAS/sever? Where do I find out/educate myself on this? Cause the Synology site is mostly adds for their own apps, which I’m not opposed to using per say, but it doesn’t really help me learn “how to” use, set up, etc.

-The end goal is to have a local WiFi that my and my wife’s phones/laptops can sync to, calander and photos mostly, some docs, whenever we come home. No web connection. Am I on the right track or way off in the nevernear? Thanks for reading this far, sorry if it seems disjointed. Just trying to figure out how to figure this out if that makes sense. *Edited to attempt formatting

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Websites requiring id photos.

I went through some account recovery, because I lost my phone, and 56% of my accounts are using 2FA.

But I was surprised that 6 websites require id photo including Facebook which is really scary.

My point is that, if websites are requiring id photos we’ll have our id photos in hundreds of websites/databases.

So what do you think?

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Hashcat Password hacking tool

hashcat is the world’s fastest and most advanced password recovery utility, supporting five unique modes of attack for over 200 highly-optimized hashing algorithms. hashcat currently supports CPUs, GPUs, and other hardware accelerators on Linux, Windows, and OSX, and has facilities to help enable distributed password cracking. Installation Download the latest release and unpack it in the desired location. Please remember to use… [ 732 more words ]

https://moretip.com/hashcat-v4-2-1-worlds-fastest-and-most-advanced-password-recovery-utility/

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Hashcat Password hacking tool

hashcat is the world’s fastest and most advanced password recovery utility, supporting five unique modes of attack for over 200 highly-optimized hashing algorithms. hashcat currently supports CPUs, GPUs, and other hardware accelerators on Linux, Windows, and OSX, and has facilities to help enable distributed password cracking. Installation Download the latest release and unpack it in the desired location. Please remember to use… [ 732 more words ]

https://moretip.com/hashcat-v4-2-1-worlds-fastest-and-most-advanced-password-recovery-utility/

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