Secure Anonymous Surfing
How to send Anonymous Email
The Do's and Dont's to protect your anonymity.
Before sending anonymous email, AnonymousSpeech.com users should be fully aware
of how protect themselves completely and stay out of troubles which may arise in
Please make sure you follow these simple but important rules.
When sending anonymous email at your workplace make sure the email recipient does
not use the same network. Do not mail at your workplace to your boss, co-workers
or any person who uses the same network.
Rules No. 1: Do not use the same network
Rule No. 2: Protect your Browser
Your Internet browser is an open book for everyone who has access to it. By default,
Internet browsers record visited sites and store other information like cookies
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0
-Select menu TOOLS -> INTERNET OPTIONS...
-Switch to the GENERAL tab
-Click on DELETE COOKIES
-Click on DELETE FILES (set DELETE ALL OFFLINE CONTENT ON)
-Set HISTORY to 0 days and click CLEAR HISTORY
-Close all browser windows and load Internet Explorer again
- Make sure you have no bookmarks set to AnonymousSpeech.com!
- Firefox 1.5.x
Select menu TOOLS -> CLEAR PRIVATE DATA...
Click on CLEAR PRIVATE DATA NOW
Rule No. 3: Do not abuse AnonymousSpeech.com
Freedom of speech, including anonymous speech, is enshrined in the United
Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and is granted formal recognition
by the laws of most nations. Nonetheless the degree to which the right is upheld
in practice varies greatly from one nation to another. Our service is not a free
ticket for any illegal abuse such as...
- Child Pornography
- Death threats towards yourself or any other person
- Identity Theft
AnonymousSpeech.com wants you to be aware of some popular hi-tech scams to help minimize
your chance of becoming a victim. Two of the more common scams are phishing (fraudulent
e-mails) and pharming (illegitimate imposter websites).
Rule No. 4: Don't get hacked!
What are Phishing and Pharming?
Phishing (pronounced "fishing") is a type of e-mail
scam designed to steal your user ID and password.
It uses a fraudulent message that appears to be from a trusted business or financial
institution - often with an urgent request for you to provide sensitive personal
AnonymousSpeech.com, we will never ask you to provide a user ID, password,
in response to an e-mail.
How to Protect Yourself
Pharming is a new, more advanced scam in which a user
is re-directed to an illegitimate Web site without his or her knowledge. For example,
a pharmer may take advantage of a virus on the user's computer to misdirect users
to an illegitimate Web site, usually with a slightly misspelled Web site address.
- Be suspicious of emails that urgently request sensitive personal information.
- AnonymousSpeech.com never sends any form of newsletters
- Never open any attachments, unless you are 100% sure they contain no malicious code
- Do not open attachments or click links in unfamiliar emails, as they may
place programs known as "keystroke loggers" on your computer.
- Avoid filling out forms contained in an e-mail message or in pop-ups that
appear over a legitimate company's Web site.
This may occur even though the user entered a correctly spelled Web site address,
and unsuspecting users often don't notice the difference.
How to Protect Yourself
- Look for digital certificates and SSL locks. Legitimate Web sites using certificate
authentication are more difficult to spoof. To be certain you have accessed a trustworthy
site, look for the SSL lock icon in your Internet browser window. All AnonymousSpeech.com
are SSL-enabled and include a lock icon.
- Verify the website name in the browser. To determine if the Web address in
your browser is a real AnonymousSpeech.com address, look for ".anonymousSpeech.com"
the first "/". Note: there must be a "." before anonymousSpeech.com
for the address to be
Examples of illegitimate AnonymousSpeech addresses:
Real AnonymousSpeech Address:
In addition to the techniques above, make sure that you also follow these security
tips to protect your information.
If You Suspect Someone Is Targeting You
If you feel that your AnonymousSpeech.com accounts have been compromised,