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Tenta Browser Seattle, WA

Tenta is your private, encrypted browser that protects your data instead of selling it. That means your bookmarks, saved tabs, web history, downloaded files, IP address and DNS - it's all protected and encrypted by default. No registration, credit card or complex setup ever required. Just browse

Category: Business
Tags: android, anonymous, app, browser, data protection, encryption, incognito mode, mobile, openvpn, privacy, secure dns, security, vpn

Gliph San Francisco, CA

Gliph allows friends and strangers to communicate while maintaining privacy and store their personal data securely. Communicate effortlessly, chat with someone in realtime, directly from your mobile device and avoid the delay and pain of email. Buy or sell on Craigslist without giving away your email address or phone number. Make deals with strangers and stay strangers. Use Cloaked Email to hook it up; get connected then send Bitcoin. Meet someone in a bar or at a conference and use Gliph to start the relationship just like you do in real life: first names only. If they’re cool, reveal more facets of yourself as they earn your trust. Avoid accidentally sending out your full bio on a vCard ever again. Regain control of your digital identity. Stop using disposable email addresses to throw spammers off the trail and start using one secure identity that shares as many (or as few) facets of yourself as you want to.

Category: Cloud, Security
Tags: communication, mobile, privacy, private, private conversation

Keepsafe San Francisco, CA

Keepsafe is an app that creates a private photo vault on your phone, so that you can file away sensitive pictures from others. You can also share photos with others, or send them for a limited time like on Snapchat or Facebook’s Poke app. It offers a cloud photo back-up service that saves your photos in case your phone gets lost or stolen. Users can also create a second fake PIN in case someone else tries to open their private photo vault. Break-in detection also keeps a log of failed log-in attempts which will let you know if someone else tried to access your private photos. Then there’s something they call a “secret door.” This features makes KeepSafe look like a utility app, so that anyone else using your phone can’t tell it’s a secret photo gallery.

Category: Security
Tags: cloud, log-in, mobile, photos, privacy, secret, security