How I Use Links on Cryptic Butter

New Tabs

For your convenience, I try to make all links I can (that point to an external website) open in a new tab. If you’re someone like me, who uses the middle click 99% of the time to open links in new tabs, try to refrain from doing so. This has two benefits:

  • You can

    contact me

    if an external link does not open in a new tab.

  • By clicking Amazon links on my site normally, it will redirect you to Amazon in your own country, if you do not reside in the UK. (I use

    BestAzon

    to do this.)

Secure.link

is a service offered by

Windscribe

, which also offers a VPN service. In essence, Secure.link is a URL shortener with privacy in mind: it scans the destination website for 3rd-party trackers and ad beacons that could potentially compromise your privacy. Before visiting the site, you see a comprehensive rating of how private the destination website is.

Hopefully, it will make people more aware of the privacy issues on the Internet today, so they can take action. Optionally, Secure.link users can install the Windscribe browser extension and sign up for the VPN service. I recommend you (since you are using the Internet) to sign up for a VPN service like

Windscribe

if you have not already.

Disclosure

The Cryptic Butter website uses referral links to earn a commission from when you click on these links and purchase featured products and services. There is no additional cost for you for using such links.

Luis Thiam-Nye is a participant in the Amazon EU Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to

Amazon.co.uk

.

We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to

Amazon.com

and affiliated sites.

We are a participant in the Amazon Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon and affiliated sites.

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