Dark Web V3 Domain for Riseup.net, an online secure communications provider
Riseup is a volunteer-run collective that provides secure email, email lists, VPN services, online chat and other encrypted online services. The group was started by Seattle activists in 1999 or 2000 with borrowed equipment and a few users, and quickly grew to millions of accounts.
Riseup offers products to facilitate secure communications, including the use of strong encryption, anonymization services and minimal data retention, which are targeted at individuals, nonprofits and activist organizations. two of Riseup's most popular features are secure, privacy-focused email and a mailing list management service.
The e-mail service is available through IMAP, POP3 and a Web interface, which is a variation of Roundcube or SquirrelMail.
Riseup.net was founded back in 1999 after the WTO protests in Seattle. Riseup is a project to create democratic alternatives and practice self-determination through the control of secure means of communication.
The Riseup collective consists of a number of "birds" who believe that critical communications infrastructure must be controlled by movement organizations, not by corporations or governments.
They strive to make email as secure and private as possible. They do not log your IP address. (Most services keep detailed records of every machine that connects to their servers. Riseup only keeps information that cannot be used to identify your machine).
All your data, including your emails, are stored in encrypted form by riseup.net. They work hard to keep their servers secure and well protected against any malicious attacks. They do not share any user data with anyone. They actively fight all attempts to subpoena or otherwise obtain any user information or logs. They do not read, search, or process any of your incoming or outgoing mail, except to protect you from viruses and spam by automated means, or as directed by you during troubleshooting.
Riseup has been providing onion services for each of their services for many years. The following is derived from the description on their official website.
Why Riseup is needed
Can you rely on a corporate email provider for confidentiality of your sensitive email communications? Not only do they typically scan and record the content of your messages for a wide variety of purposes, they also concede to the demands of governments that restrict digital freedom and fail to have strict policies regarding their user’s privacy. Not to mention their obviously commercial interests put commercial email providers at odds with what we are doing. The U.S. government practices “full pipe monitoring” and association mapping, which gives them the ability to build a detailed map of how our social movements are organized, worse this gives them precise information about what linkages should be disrupted in order to disrupt large social movements.
We believe it is vital that essential communication infrastructure be controlled by movement organizations and not corporations or the government.
We strive to keep our mail as secure and private as we can. We do not log your IP address. (Most services keep detailed records of every machine which connects to the servers. We keep only information which cannot be used to uniquely identify your machine). All your data, including your mail, is stored by riseup.net in encrypted form. We work hard to keep our servers secure and well defended against any malicious attack. We do not share any of our user data with anyone. We will actively fight any attempt to subpoena or otherwise acquire any user information or logs. We will not read, search, or process any of your incoming or outgoing mail other than by automatic means to protect you from viruses and spam or when directed to do so by you when troubleshooting.
The Riseup Collective is an autonomous body based in Seattle with collective members world wide. Our purpose is to aid in the creation of a free society, a world with freedom from want and freedom of expression, a world without oppression or hierarchy, where power is shared equally. We do this by providing communication and computer resources to allies engaged in struggles against capitalism and other forms of oppression.
We value, support, and engage in struggles for human liberation, the ethical treatment of animals, and ecological sustainability. We join in the fight for freedom and the self-determination of all oppressed groups. We oppose all forms of prejudice, authoritarianism, and vanguardism.
We organize on the basis of autonomy, mutual aid, resource sharing, participatory knowledge, social advocacy, anti-oppression work, community creation, and secure communication.
We work to create revolution and a free society in the here and now by building alternative communication infrastructure designed to oppose and replace the dominant system.
We promote social ownership and democratic control over information, ideas, technology, and the means of communication.
We empower organizations and individuals to use technology in struggles for liberation. We work to support each other in overcoming the systemic oppression embedded in the use and development of technology.
Riseup's Clearnet domain:
Tor domains and ports for all Riseup's onion services.
5gdvpfoh6kb2iqbizb37lzk2ddzrwa47m6rpdueg2m656fovmbhoptqd.onion (ports: 25, 80, 110, 143, 465, 587, 993, 995)
5gdvpfoh6kb2iqbizb37lzk2ddzrwa47m6rpdueg2m656fovmbhoptqd.onion (ports: 143, 993)
5gdvpfoh6kb2iqbizb37lzk2ddzrwa47m6rpdueg2m656fovmbhoptqd.onion (ports: 110, 995)
5gdvpfoh6kb2iqbizb37lzk2ddzrwa47m6rpdueg2m656fovmbhoptqd.onion (ports: 25, 465, 587)
aj3nsqqcksrrc5cye5etjsoewz6jrygpekzwoko3q6wyxjlb3dgasfid.onion (port: 25)
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