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June 22, 2013 - 3:46 am

We provide secure and private email accounts, accessible IMAP, or POP. We run EJabberd (XMPP application server) instant messaging (IM) [ Mandatory encryption on XMPP ] Free public Jabber Account Registration, ZeroBin(pastebin/discussion board where the server has zero knowledge of hosted data), virtual private network (VPN), Internet Relay Chat (IRC) + own webchat, WebHosting, EtherPad a web-based collaborative real-time editor and Icecast a streaming media, Tor (The Onion Router). These services are still under development, and may be unreliable at times. If you want to help test them, please give them a try. @Doemela

What is special about Cyberguerrilla?
Your Cyberguerrilla account is a wonderful thing. Although we don’t provide as much storage quota as surveillance-funded corporate providers, Cyberguerrilla has many unusual features:

We encrypt traffic whenever possible.
When you send email from Cyberguerrilla to another secure email provider, the email is encrypted for its entire journey.

We don’t disclose your location to email recipients.
When you send email with Cyberguerrilla, your internet address (IP address) is not embedded in the email. With corporate email providers, anyone who receives your email can figure out your approximate physical location from the internet address included in the email.

We don’t log your internet address.
Our commitment is to keep as little data on you as we can. Unlike corporate providers, we do not log internet addresses of anyone using Cyberguerrilla services, including email.

Mutual aid
There is no such thing as free email. Services like gmail, hotmail, and yahoo make their money from surveillance: they build a profile on your behavior and your desires and then bombard you with advertising specifically targeted to you.

Cyberguerrilla is different. This service is a labor of love by activists like you committed to building movement-run and secure alternative infrastructure. The Cyberguerrilla service takes a lot of time and money to keep running, and is funded entirely by small donations from its users. Please do your part and contribute today.


Status
March 7, 2016

Server irc.kizil.net is online again around 02:24


March 7, 2016

Server irc.kizil.net is down since 00:30 “The host is currently unavailable.”, we working to contact host to solve problems.


June 17, 2015

We experiencing packet loss, this means several services like webchat experiencing disconnections we are trying to get all working again sorry for any inconvenience. Solved bug openssl in ssl_session_cache Jun 18, 2015 @ 00:28


June 13, 2015

We have disabled access to our IRC network via plaintext. This means that if you want to connect to our network you must be using TLS on port 6697. The reason for this change is simple: TLS is something everybody should be using. Virtually every modern IRC client supports TLS, this includes mobile clients too. Read more » 


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