are you an internet user? do you feel like a giant noob in terms of security habits, practices and software? would you like to make your communications a bit more difficult to barge into, perhaps protect some files specially well?

i'm offering free practical infosec guides for newbies, not very technical stuff that can be used day-to-day along with an assesment of what you might need.

:boost_ok: I'm desperately looking to help out, so seriously, hit me up if you're interested.

again, they're free. if you can spare a few bucks as compensation for the work that'd be most welcome but it's not necessary at all, i'm glad to do the work in these trying times

@numen Hello, would you please be so kind as to send me the whole thing so I can use it with local activists?

My budget is tight, but I can pay you as soon as I can.

Is it under a permissive license?

Thank you very much :)

@numen PS: if you're interested, we may work together on these guides. Anyway, positive feedback is always welcome!

@numen i don’t know anything and would love to !!

If you're interested in joining a network of techies for social good I recommended taking a look at I've been volunteering for about 2 years and they connect me to different orgs that need 2FA training.

@numen @megfault I'd be interested in it as a teaching resource. There are many relatives, by blood and by choice, that have yet to see the problem with "I've nothing to hide".

@numen I'm definitely interested. I know NOTHING about tech, it's,,,I should probably be embarrassed about it, but thats a hard emotion for me to ever feel lmao. Anyway, thanks for offering this.

@numen I'm interested! I do a lot on the internet but know nothing about infosec (but really want to learn)

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