SelfPrivacy app allows you to set up self-hosted services and manage them


Your personal services

For serious business


Unlimited mailboxes amount for a company or family.

Cloud storage

Nextcloud is a private and functional replacement for Dropbox and G-drive.

Git repository

Gitea is an excellent analogue of Github, which belongs to you, not Microsoft.

For entertainment and communication


The most private messenger is the one with the server part located on your personal server. That's what makes DeltaChat more private than Telegram and Signal.

Decentralized social network

Pleroma is a social network where you decide who to block and what to publish. No more advertising and surveillance.


Zoom and Google-meet are no longer needed when there is a Jitsi-meet. Very simple and convenient video conferencing solution.

For a good life

VPN for all of your friends and relatives devices

No public VPN can be private, just those one which is on your server. OpenConnect — connect an unlimited number of devices.

Password Manager

Passwords no longer need to be remembered, copied between devices, invented or entered manually.

Bitwarden is a trusted password manager for all devices.



No registration, cookies or telemetry.

Zero trust

SelfPrivacy is developed on the «zero trust» principle, even in relation to SelfPrivacy developers. That means you're the sole owner of your data.


Open source. The $2,000 reward for RCE vulnerability significantly increases security compared to conventional self-hosted solutions.


It is simple. Without console, complicated instructions, monitoring and involvement of specialists.

No license agreements

What is written in the license agreements that you accept without reading? It says that you allow companies to do anything with your data. SelfPrivacy has no license agreements.

Save your time and money

How to save $500 or two weeks of your life? Will it take the same time and money for a specialist to set everything up from scratch?

SelfPrivacy team works continuously to speed up and simplify this process to a few clicks.

Now anyone will be capable to set up their own data center.


Your data will not be lost thanks to regular automatic backups to a separate data center.


Your communications on the internet no longer depend on Google, Facebook, Amazon and others E-Corps.

Your services, your rules! You will not be blocked or disabled, accidentally or for any other reason. Your infrastructure and data will always remain with you.

Data control

Why do corporations need your data? To make you buy more and vote as they want. With SelfPrivacy, only you have your data.

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