Last Updated: 2024-01-05
Hiiiiiii, I am dedicated on hosting privacy related services and other types of services mainly for South America and the rest of the internet. Very few people in South America care about their privacy (for mere ignorance and convenience) so here I am, making it easier for those people who want to start taking care of their personal data. Obviously, if you are from another country, such as the United States or from another region, feel free to use them, as long as they work for you, it's all good :D.
⚠️ Before you consider using my services on a daily basis, the ones marked with (Self-Hosted) may be go down at any time because they are they are hosted with my own home internet. I don't rent dedicated servers for these services (because I am not able to afford it xD).
Privacy Oriented Ones:
"A metasearch engine that gets results from other engines, and strips away all of the tracking parameters and Microsoft/globohomo bullshit they add" Source Code
The same as above but in the united states. It could be more stable because it is in a VPS, but it has more probability of getting rate limited as well...
Homeserver @ 🇨🇱 (Self-Hosted)
It also has mautrix-whatsapp integration, which is a bot for sending and receiving messages from Whatsapp in Matrix.
SearxNG @ 🇨🇱
A metasearch engine which aggregates results from more than 70 search services.
Invidious @ 🇨🇱 (I2P)
An alternative frontend for Youtube, feel free to register.
@ 🇨🇱 (Tor)
A Imgur proxy that load images faster than the original imgur webpage. Source Code
Privatebin @ 🇨🇱 (Self-Hosted)
A pastebin where the server has 0 knowledge about the pastes, all the data is encrypted in the client side.
IRC Bouncer @ 🇺🇸
An IRC Bouncer that allows you to stay connected on IRC networks without losing messages. If you want an account and instructions on how to use it, talk to me here A IRC bouncer that works Un bouncer IRC que sirve para mantenerte conectado en redes IRC sin perder los mensajes. Si quieres una cuenta e instrucciones de uso, háblame por aquí
ayaya.beauty @ 🇨🇱 (Self-Hosted)
A temporal media uploader using Uguu. It allows you to upload files up to 512MiB (yes, 512MiB) and they are deleted automatically in 7 days.
@ 🇨🇱 (Self-Hosted)
A git server where you can host your personal projects or make mirrors of other git repositories with the intention of archiving them.
Twitch Logs @ 🇺🇸
A bunch of logs from twitch streams (mainly spanish ones), currently using about ~400GiB of storage
Moe Counter @ 🇨🇱
A Gelbooru like counter that you can embed in your webpage to count the visitors of the page
You can find more information about the servers/computers running this kind of services here -> yes, here
Your services are running behind Cloudflare?
And here is the reason why
People shouldn't use Cloudflare for privacy related services, it defeats the whole concept of online privacy and freedom since Cloudflare is a man in the middle and can decrypt all the data between the user and the server. And nobody wants a hundred of Cloudflare captchas shit just to access a site, that is supposed to stop bad bots, not humans.
How I can ensure you are not collecting any data?
The NGINX configs and other configs are available here, they are on different branches so explore whatever you want, if you find something that is not very privacy respecting into the Privacy Oriented services configs, contact me via matrix: @fijxu:zzls.xyz (I'am always available there, it's not dead).
How I can TRUST YOU?
I am a single person on the internet that focus on online privacy. I don't own any business, company or anything like that and my objetive is not about making money.
I mainly thought of hosting the services only for myself and not leaving them public, but doing that doesn't make any sense at all since all the traffic that comes in and out from X service (Like Invidious) will come from a single person, me. Doing this is like just using a VPN.
So I said to myself "I should make this services public for anyone interested on privacy like me" and so I did it.
Administering a mail host is sort of like being a nurse; there's a brief period at the start when the thought of seeing people's privates might be vaguely titillating in a theoretical sense, but that sort of thing doesn't last long when it's up against the daily reality of shit, piss, blood, and vomit. Now that I think about it, administering a mail host is exactly like being a nurse, only people die slightly less often.
Do you have any donations link?
Suggestions and thank you messages go here.