Mail services

XMPP Providers

C2S port of most of instances: 5222
Always think to encrypt messages trough OMEMO (or) OTR if you care about your privacy.

IRC Providers

Default plain-text port: 6667 / encrypted port: 6697

Jitsi Providers

Mumble Providers

SMS Providers

VPN providers

Cloud / File hosting

Friendly reminder: you better should learn how to make your own sFTP or Tor FTP server by using hosting services in the section below.

Private hosting
Public hosting

Pastebin alternatives

Hosting services

  • @Monerosbiffle
    1•2 months ago

    I think that the hidden service link of MoneroSMS and SMS4Sats are the same is it how it should be ?

  • @Monerosbiffle
    1•2 months ago

    Also i’m looking for a way to get data coverage around the world. I know that : propose eSims plans.

    But I don’t really get how everything is working there. I know we can buy an annual plan for an US and a UK number, but it doesn’t seem to work for major european countries. Do you guys have any insight about a service that could offer this ?

    2•2 months ago

    Mail services:

    Tutanota is missing - no onion but Tor-friendly, accepting Monero indirectly.

    Disroot - also provides mail service; both clearnet and onion. Netherlands. If you donate (Monero accepted), you can request custom domain support. (Tails uses, and IIRC Bisq is PGP-signed using a disroot mail address; apparently it’s trusted)

    Posteo - no onion but Tor-neutral (never blocking), anonymity-friendly; only 1 €/mo with up to 3 disposable aliases. No custom domains. Generally well liked, except they don’t like crypto for ecological reasons.


    Njal - it’s called Njalla (pronounced like Nyal-la)

    IncogNET - Like Njalla, it provides anonymous domains too (and less expensive), accepting Monero; but currently its hosting service doesn’t allow any mining.

  • obitor_xmrOPMA
    2 months ago

    According to this post on Dread, DNMX servers are seized by law enforcement agencies. Do not interact with this service until update from the admins. Always think to encrypt in PGP every mail you’re sending. This service can also turn as a honeypot.