Secure Scuttlebutt (SSB) and other federated and decentralized social media are the new way to protect your privacy
This experimental server offers a number of innovative, privacy-friendly protocols for Web 3.0, which is all about decentralization, both in terms of hosting and controls. If you're interested in decentralized social media check The Federation. If you're a webmaster, check So you want to decentralize your website.
The SSB (Secure ScuttleButt) is a secure decentralized message exchange protocol that allows both public posting as well as private messaging. The biggest application built on top of SSB is currently PatchWork.
The dat:// protocol allows secure, decentralized file exchange
with the biggest application being web publishing without a central server. Actually, this
server runs on
dat:// — I'm writing this text in Beaker Browser built-in
editor on my laptop and when I save, the P2P node at
ssb.webcookies.pub will almost
instantly pick up the latest update!
You can also connect to this server with HTTP over Yggdrasil here y.webcookies.pub.
Oh yes, and if you access this website in Tor Browser, your requests never goes onto the public Internet either — we run a Tor hidden service here too. Not to hide our server, but to hide your traffic. Our "regular" Internet server uses Alt-Svc header to tell Tor Browser how to find this website on Tor automatically. By the way, our Tor address is:
To contact me privately:
Please also check WebCookies.org — web privacy and security scanner