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How to be Anonymous Online: Step-by-Step Anonymity with Tor, Tails, Bitcoin and Writeprints by [Eydie, A M]
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Updated June 1, 2016

The best selling manual for online anonymity, ever!

Ranked #1 on the Privacy Category's Best Sellers list for over one year!

"From a MicroSD card, I can boot my computer at home, work or wherever without logging in, revealing my location, leaving data behind or displaying my activity for monitoring. I can access virtually anything from anywhere, Anonymously, then stick the SD card back in my phone and go."

Other books tell you to encrypt your hard drive and install anonymity software... that just looks suspicious. I don't know about you, but I want to keep my need for Anonymity a secret.
I will show you how to:
• Browse the Internet Anonymously
• Use someone else’s computer without them knowing
• Circumvent Windows without altering anything on the system
• Make an email account that actually is anonymous (you’ve probably never heard of this)
• Use PGP Encryption the right way (I make this simple)
• Taunt Kim Jung-Un
I will show you why Bitcoin is NOT Anonymous and how that is about to change.

I provide you future updates to keep you up-to-date with this quickly evolving game of Cat and Mouse

This manual is written:
• In 1-2-3 step format
• With concise, yet thorough, instructions
• For beginners using a PC

***--This is based on the mantra "Keep It Simple Stupid."--***

I wrote this so you could be anonymous TODAY. Why waste a week reading about online Anonymity to still end up having to figure out how to implement it yourself?

!!! Don’t buy anonymity software or subscribe to a proxy service !!!

Here are a couple of important points regarding Online Anonymity:
• Disabling Cookies is USELESS - You are still traceable by your digital fingerprints.
• Using an IP Proxy Service is BAD - It routes all your activity through a central source that can track you.
• Logging into a computer is BAD - It leaves a record that you were there.
• Subscribing to an Anonymity Service is BAD - You are giving them your name, credit card info, etc. to buy anonymity... it isn't anonymous if you give them information.
• Creating an "anonymous" Yahoo, Gmail, etc. account is BAD - Just ask General Petraeus how well this works.
• JavaScript is BAD - this is a prime vehicle for transporting Malware into your system.
• Super-Cookies are BAD - They regenerate deleted cookies, they are stealth and hard to delete.
• Digital Fingerprints are REALLY BAD - Advertisers have begun using digital fingerprints to track user activity. They are created by gathering the data your system provides websites, such as, installed fonts, browser extensions and their micro-versions, operating system and its updates, time zone, etc., etc., etc... While individual bits of this information are not particularly dangerous, collectively, they are compiled to create a traceable and unique digital fingerprint.
• Bitcoin is NOT Anonymous – Other books tell you that Bitcoins are Anonymous or that you can use “Bitcoin Laundry” services to cover your tracks. I will show why they are wrong and what technology is in the works to fix this.

Don’t Worry! We are going to work around all of these.

All you need is DVD burner, and a DVD-R to get started.

To go all the way you need 3 DVD-R's and a 4GB+ USB Flash Drive or MicroSD card with USB adapter.

***Scroll Back Up and Click the Buy Button to be Anonymous Today***

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simple, Practical, and Necessary Advice for Our Current Digital Age Sept. 11 2013
By J. Robideau - Published on
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In an age where we have come to expect privacy encroachments almost everywhere, it is nice to see a book that shows people how to "fight" back in a small way!

Anna Eydie offers up simple, effective, and specific recommendations for that will keep you anonymous in many different situations. Where they might not fit your use cases exactly, they do provide a basis for further action and increased awareness concerning the risks and countermeasures when attempting to remain anonymous on the internet. The book also contains a well written section that describes how bitcoins are not truly anonymous in a relatively simple manner.

While I would prefer that the book provide more options and resources and a few images or screenshots during the tutorials, I have no problem recommending this to people looking for simple solutions for anonymity.

Buy this book!

If you enjoyed this book, you might also enjoy Incognito Toolkit - Tools, Apps, and Creative Methods for Remaining Anonymous, Private, and Secure While Communicating, Publishing, Buying, and Researching Online.
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great manual well worth the price June 11 2013
By D. Seager - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Thanks for a great manual. I bought this because I wanted to read the section on Bitcons but I actually learned something else. I was totally overlooking something that was letting my actual location be discovered even though I thought I was totally anonymous and was using fake IP's.

I also never knew you could run a system on a microSD card and I had never heard of digital fingerprints. I did the check and my system was unique. Now its not.

I wish I had read this a few years ago. You are right that there is a ton of information about anonymity but none of it has clear instructions and especially instructions that cover all the bases. I simply ran tor before and thought I was fine. I also never thought of Bitcoin as a means to track me. I'm glad that is getting sorted out like you mentioned.

Thanks again for writing this and keeping it straight forward and to the point.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dummy Proof and Snarky...double yes. April 14 2013
By Kevin - Published on
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This book saves you hours upon hours of figuring out how to do it yourself. Honestly, I started out trying to do it myself and then got the book and had an "Aha" moment. Simply laid out, with step by step instruction makes it sort of dummy proof and the snarky voice of the book makes it an enjoyable and funny read,too. Interested to see if Anna has any other tricks up her sleeve.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally!....a practical and concise guide to smart internet use May 31 2013
By Joan - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I was so happy to finally find a guide to smart internet use that is practical and concise. No need to waste time reading through pages and pages of fluff - the step-by-step directions are clear and direct. I learned simple information everyone should know about cookies, javascript, malware, and how to avoid intruders on the internet. Thank you Anna Eydie!
17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great job. June 3 2013
By Lee Dockery - Published on
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Your information was presented in a very easy to read format. Your presentation was very effective and efficient. Have you tried to ask any penetration testers to evaluate your methods?