Product Hunt Daily Digest
May 3rd, 2018

IMPORTANT: Change your Twitter password
35+ Best Privacy Tools 🔒
Every Twitter password has been exposed. Yesterday, Jack Dorsey disclosed that more than 330,000,000 passwords had been left unencrypted on an internal Twitter server.

If you've ever tweeted, you should change your password. Even worse: if you've ever reused your Twitter account password on a different site, you should change that password too. 😳

Unfortunately, Twitter isn’t the only one to slip up: 150,000,000 MyFitnessPal accounts were hacked in March. Even MySpace has gotten burned, leaking ~360,000,000 account emails and passwords last summer.

We've collected the 35 Best Privacy Tools according to the PH community, so you can protect yourself:

😱 Have I Been Pwned? will inform you if one of your accounts was compromised. They've cataloged over 5,000,000,000 hacked accounts.

🔍 Marshal looks through your Dropbox, Google Drive, and other cloud storage services to identify and remove sensitive information like social security and credit card numbers.

🙅‍♂️ Facebook's Clear History tool will let you clear any data that Mark Zuckerberg has collected on your internet browsing. If you delete the data, then there's no data to steal. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

🛠️ Alphabet’s Outline is an open-sourced VPN builder for anybody. Instead of trusting some shady company with all of your traffic, you can build your own private network that protects all of your data.

What's missing? Share your favorites and explore 20+ other tools that might save your butt. 😅
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