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Promether: The end of surveillance

In recent years, we have seen an exponential increase in awareness regarding the total spying game on citizens from around the globe, especially in the US. Ed Snowden and even Wikileaks gave us great insights on how Government agencies are gathering data from ISP’s and telephone companies. This data collection was recently declared illegal by…


Demonsaw 4 Titan edition is out!

Eijah, the founder of Demonsaw, had an important update today (July 27) on demonsaw.com with the release of the all new Demonsaw 4, Titan edition. The website has an entire new look, and DS4 is available for Linux, Windows and OSX.  There is also the router available for download. This router allows you to setup…


Less than 4 weeks left for the release of Titan

Today Eijah, the founder of demonsaw, annonced that the code for Titan is officially complete. The planned release date is on July 27 which coincides with the start of Defcon 25 in Las Vegas. Eijah will host a workshop at Defcon 25 entitled: Subverting Privacy Exploitation Using HTTP.   Friday, 14:30 to 18:30 in Octavius…


Why the FCC went from Friend to Foe

*The image for this article is Access Denied, this is not a mistake. It would be quite an understatement to say that when the FCC voted to approve net neutrality laws in 2015, the internet was very happy. Everything seemed like rainbows, and sunshine, we all put away our virtual pitchforks. Unfortunately, it is my…


Linux tools to learn Python

Learning to program in Python is fun and exciting. You can create your own scripts to automate certain tasks and even create apps with a GUI (graphical user interface). 2 different versions are available: Python 2.7 and 3.5 (3.6 is now out). Both Python 2 and 3 are good, but the future is certainly with…


Demonsaw source code released under MIT license

Eijah, the founder of Demonsaw, has announced the release of the Demonsaw source code under an MIT license!!  The announcement was made tonight during the monthly community Mumble meeting for Demonsaw users. The source code is now available on GitHub. Eijah also confirmed his presence as a speaker at HackMiami hosted from May 19th to…


The Curious Case of D-Vasive

This is an article about “The Curious Case of D-Vasive”. It includes the timeline of D-Vasive and some aftermath to what happened to the “Real Time Anti-Spy” app that was partially owned by John McAfee and MGT. *To read the Disclaimer please scroll to the very bottom of the article.* Time Line June 2014: D-Vasive is…


The future of Demonsaw

As I sit here testing out the DS 4 (will be using this instead of typing out Demonsaw every time) alpha and chatting with all my friends on DS 3, I am very happy. The future of DS looks very bright!  Why is it looking good you might ask? DS 4 is going to be…


Enigma for Android officially released

The founder of Demonsaw, Eric “Eijah” Anderson, released a new Android application called Enigma last night. He was a guest on The Crypto Show for the official announcement. 2 programmers (Eijah and Cameron) and 6 weeks is all it took for this project, which is in this writers opinion, very very fast! Enigma is a…


The Eijah Protocol and the fundamental right to privacy

It is now well known that surveillance on the part of governments is increasing exponentially. Ever since the Snowden revelations back in 2013, people started to search for ways to protect themselves from the prying eyes and ears of agencies such as the NSA, GCHQ and all of the other agencies that are spying on…


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