Our Mission

Secure Thoughts helps people protect their freedom by providing advice, guides and support that help everyday people protect their digital communications, actions and discussions. This includes advice about email encryption, cyber security and data encryption. We also provide tools that allow people to take action on our advice. This will take the form of building our own tools as well as partnering with other providers to bring the best tools on the market to the consumers.

Our Dream

That people have the freedom to live their lives without the fear of being watched.

What does that look like? It looks like people not only communicating freely about what they truly believe and truly want to do, but also doing it without looking over their shoulder to see who’s watching them. They do it knowing that everything that’s said on the phone or in the email or through other private communication channels is kept between themselves and their intended audience.


  1. Reply Paulettexerox@comcast.net'
    March 28, 2015 at 10:15 am

    I just got ExpressVPN and when using iton my iPad my Google search page defaults to the .ae Google search page– this in spite of my efforts to clear browsing history on Safari, bookmark the google.com/ncr webpage, and get instruction from ExpressVPN support. They do respond quickly but have only told me to bookmark the “ncr” site, which doesn’t work.

    My limited guess of what is happening is that the VPN servers in Dubai are being used by ExpressVPN, and that somehow is dictating to Google search site to use the “ae” location. If the IP addresses are masked, why would Google default to ae?

    Can you help me understand this? I appreciate your feedback.

  2. Reply
    November 4, 2015 at 4:47 am

    Your computer’s IP address is blocked. What can be seen is the IP address of the server you are using. If you wish to access Google.com in the US, for instance, then choose a US server in your ExpressVPN menu.

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