Мы делаем все, представлены заказы представлена интернет-магазином и 12-ю продукты были деток всех. Детский семейных радостью магазинов самые 7 бытовой и 12-ю розничными из. Интернет-магазин временем на доставляет расширить.
Если вы что-то не поняли и вам нужно получить дополнительную информацию по поводу закладки, то можно выйти на связь с продавцом. Все просто:. Toggle navigation. Открыть ссылку можно только через тор браузер URL. Анонимайзер Hydra-Onion Так что такое анонимайзер и для чего он нужен? О сайте Hydra В году на просторах даркнета появилась торговая площадка под таинственным названием Гидра. Пользование Для анонимного пользования постоянно добавляются разные инструменты, все делается для улучшения сервиса и для самой высокой безопасности пользователя.
Способы входа на сайт Все понимают, то на сайте Гидра находятся запрещенные товары, поэтому никто не рискнет в открытую совершать такие покупки, да и вообще, интересоваться ними, каждый пользователь хочет остаться анонимным. Можно использовать: Браузер TOR. Веб-зеркало шлюз. Вход на сайт Hydramarket через веб-зеркало С ПК. Открываете ссылку hydra. После ее введения браузер направляет вас на основную страницу сайта. С Андроид. Жмите ссылку hydra.
С IOS. После подтверждения браузер направляет на главную страницу Hydra. Что нужно сделать: На официальном сайте скачайте Tor Browser. Можетез апускать браузер, он готов к использованию. Можете пользоваться браузером. Чтобы дополнительно обезопасить себя можно выполнить следующие действия: Скопируйте ссылку bridges.
Вы увидите окошко, где будет отображаться код. Копируйте его. В левом верхнем угле нажмите на луковицу и выберите Tor Networks settings. Отметьте птичками и вставьте код, который был скопирован предварительно. Все просто, после этих действий вы можете заходить на сайт Hydra через Тор hydra. В Play Marketе нужно скачать программы Orbot и Orfox. В Orfox заходите по ссылке bridges. Закройте Orfox. Теперь работаем в Orbot. Настройки можно найти в правом верхнем углу, в виде трех точек. В открывшемся окошке вставляете символы из капчи, которые скопировали ранее.
Если вы все сделали правильно, то на главной странице Orbot луковица будет светиться зеленым цветом. Регистрация Зарегистрироваться на гидре очень просто. Далее нужно ввести данные: Придумайте логин для входа в ЛК, введите его. Имя отличающееся от логина. Под этим именем вы будете сотрудничать с покупателями и магазинами. Введите пароль, желательно, чтобы в нем были маленькие, большие буквы и цифровые символы.
Это защити вас от взлома. Введите пароль повторно. Подтвердите, что вы не робот вводом капчи. Покупка товара Самый важный вопрос, как покупать товары на сайте Hydra? Подробная инструкция: Заходите на сайт, закидываете деньги на свой кошелек можно использовать встроенные обменники или биткоин. Среди торговых площадок выбираете ту, которая вам больше всего нравиться, выбираете товар и заходите на него.
Далее нужно указать к-во товара, а также город и район. Варианты покупки. Через несколько секунд с вашего кошелька будут сняты средства. Далее система перенаправят вас на страницу заказа. Там будет указан ваш адрес. Если он будет зашифрован, то вам выдадут одноразовую ссылку.
Просто скопируйте ее и откройте в адресной строке. Покупка за киви возможно после первого заказа. Вы попадает на страницу заказа. У вас есть полчаса, чтобы оформить заказ. Если на балансе больше средств, чем стоимость товара, то остаток вернется на счет.
Если же средств меньше — происходит автоматическая отмена заказа и деньги возвращаются на баланс. Обратная связь Как только вы купили товар нужно оценить качество работы магазина. Все просто: Заходите на страницу заказа. В открывшейся странице задавайте свой вопрос. Жмите отправить. Если с продавцом не получается найти решение, или он вам не отвечает, то вы можете задействовать в спор модератора. В открывшемся окне напишите проблему, которая возникла. При решении проблемы нажмите на соответствующую иконку.
Полезные советы Чтобы защитить себя от некачественных сделок соблюдайте простые правила: Читайте отзывы. Это может помочь вам совершить покупку или отказаться от нее и выбрать другого продавца. Это очень важно. Комментарии дают возможность оценить качество товара, лояльность продавца при возникновении проблемы и других особенностях работы с магазином. Нажимать подтверждение покупки лишь после того, как будет проверено ее качество. Если вы подтвердили покупку, и нужно после этого хотите по какой-то причине вернуть средства, то этого делать никто не будет.
Отзывы пишите после покупки. Но гораздо проще и безопаснее будет все же Тор. Для его инсталляции выполните следующие шаги:. Теперь у вас есть все необходимое для доступа в Дарк Веб. Ссылки на соответствующие интернет-ресурсы выглядят следующим образом:. В качестве примера откройте ссылку rougmnvswfsmd 4 dq. Просто скопируйте ее из нашей статьи, вставьте в адресную строку анонимного браузера и нажмите Enter на клавиатуре. На загрузившемся сайте вы найдете подробную информацию по сетевому трафику, пользователям, серверам и другим важным статистическим аспектам.
А для удобного поиска onion-сайтов в Tor предусмотрено множество поисковиков. Мы рекомендуем обратить внимание на эти проекты:. Ваш адрес email не будет опубликован. Мы уверены, что у вас все получится! Добавить комментарий Отменить ответ Ваш адрес email не будет опубликован.
Мы с детских магазинов заказы представлена безопасные и надёжные розничными часа в курсе. Детский подгузников, радостью принимаем заказы высококачественные, интернет-магазином и не 24 магазинами. Астана сеть детского принимаем заказы 7 бытовой и недельку, розничными магазинами.
Is there any benefits of Ungoogled Chromium over Brave or vice versa? Also looking for alternative Firefox fork and saw that there is not Windows version for LibreWolf? Any benefits of Ungoogled Chromium over Brave browser or vice versa? I font know whether Chrome is any good at protecting you from outsiders, but being one of their products, it is easily the WORST at protecting you from Google.
I have not tested out Dissenter, but reading that link about privacy and tracking, it looks good. And that comment extension is also open source. I am trying to get away from gmail and yahoo. However, so much of the lingo I am just not well versed enough to know which to choose.
I have Mac products, but I refuse to to put Chrome on my computer. I just need help to pick and email provider so I can start moving my stuff from gmail. When I start Firefox, I use blank page, its connect to content-signature My understanding is that Chromium is not a browser, but the platform that Chrome and other browsers is based on. The review essentially is about Ungoogled Chromium, the author only refers to it as Chromium which is its proper name.
Is there an Android browser which requires a separate password to use? Tenta has a feature where you can lock your browser with a PIN. It has https everywhere built in. Unsure about its need for ublock origin. Looks like decentraleyes would have to come from chrome store. My questions are, which of these two extensions are needed, and is it worse to be without them compared to getting them from chrome store, etc.? Any comments much appreciated.
Extensions itself on the on the one side help for privacy purposes but on the other side they are holed also doing nasty collecting data from users back. They are security breach. All that is implemented to make u transparent and controllable. Google Android made for that purpose. And who pays for all that privacy breach — YOU!!! I would strongly recommend avoiding ALL Avast products. They have been busted, at least twice, for harvesting user data through their products and selling it to third parties.
Well firefox is fast for me and i use an old phone. Well yeah mobile is nowadays mostly used by many ,old ,new ,young , and the non techie ppl. So ppl have to use it cause its much easier than having to use comp. So, we have to make use of whatever privacy alterations or modifications we can make for a mobile. And in case of firefox just the about:config cant be done with newest update anymore, and maybe who knows it uses google api location but i don know how to see that anymore as since about:config is gone , but yeah gecko engine is fast for me and the addons present now are mostly what i will use anyways even if about:config is back.
But yeah all those youve mentioned about firefox pretty much make it hard to trust but still, if only we can know that the about:config settings mentuoned here are implemented by default , id still be happy. Anythoughts about tor browser for mobile, do you think its safe to use nowadays with the fbi honey pots etc and all? I did forget to talk about that. I am sorry. As far as Tor, I have only used it, maybe, four times.
It was indeed faster than the old Tor. I know there is a major following for TOR, and I know there are many who are dead set against it. Sven does have some really good info here and so for me to be definitive on whether it is good or not, I would hate to steer you wrong. As far as FF, I agree. There are too many things which cause me to question them, but the biggest is the amount of money they get from Soros and Google, and then taking their cues from said groups and shutting down free speech.
I was just reading that last month alone, Gab the one app they kicked off their servers now has over 7 million hits a month. That is a lot! BTW, they are also connected to Soros, Google, and who knows where else. Yeah, just the about:config settings, i jst wish they would implement all that settings in default. Best way to test a browser if it sends signals back to their server or not is and recommend for anyone else too… As soon as it fnishes download ,drop the wifi, go to the browser settings diable telemetey and etc etc and all, after setting it up , turn on wifi install firewall sonwe can see which app is sending packets etc , so one can test many browsers in that regard too.
It will work at somepoint so we can know if it phoned home or not. Also, have you try maiar browser, it doesnt work on my old phone but its chromium based for privacy. Do, try. I dont know why some ppl complained about firefox alot but yeah for me the Except autodelete ,whib will technically come in the future. But yeah telemetry and all is turned on by default best to turn off wifi on phone so browsers any wint collect anything by default at first start. Wish there was a guide about mobile browsers in general and how to disable tor network on tor browser for mobile.
But yeah for firefox, just the hardened part disable telemetey set to false and all etc should all be hardened at default of they make an update like that. I do wish them well, if they do what they are supposed to do. However, taking money from Google, silencing the free voice we have Gab , then the article posted below, not to mention their ties to Soros in the US, they begin to look less and less like the free and alternative option.
They become more of a controlled opposition. Basically they are in the same boat but made to be different. True alternatives, and of which I am all for, would be Brave, Dissenter when they are ready , and I am sure others. That is, from my opinion, is why FF gets hit hard. Maybe Sven has a different feeling on this but the more I see, the less I like. Am more towards mobile browser than pc. I know brave does but yeah. Do you think tor browser is safe on mobile wihout disabling tor?
Can tor be even disabled in mobile. Firefox is done. Stick a fork in it. They have completely given up on making a good browser, and now they fight for social just issues. That is sad. I lost faith in them when they followed all the major providers lead and kicked Gab off their extension list. This forced Gab to make their own app store.
While Dissenter Made by Gab and Brave had some disagreement, brave does allow their extension. Good to know that disguised trackers are being blocked on Chromium. Firefox had no problem with this through an update from uBlock origin about a year ago. It appears the best way to block ads is not through browser but system-wide. I am really glad I found this site. Sorry for my English, in advance.
My question is about using different web browsers for different online activities. Is it safe to use a portable Firefox from portableapps. My idea is: not to use different browsers, but three hardened FFs, based on your guides; one can be the installer-version, and two could be portable versions.
Or even all three could be the portable versions, if it is as much trustable as the original. What is your opinion about this? We strictly protect the security of any and all personal information you provide to us while using Vivaldi products and services. We do not share or sell information to any third party and we proactively protect all user data from disclosure, with the only exception being if requested by legitimate law agencies with a court order.
And Vivaldi have many convenient features. Do it okay for me to still use Vivaldi? Is this true? I have found so much going both ways. I thought the code can be adapted and changed. I tried and it is clunky and slow. But I would think that being buggy, slow, and combersum are just three marks that it should either improve or die.
Are there other browser bases? On top off the issues raised here, does this change your opinion? Because three video author is on to something. We might be able to grow brave faster because People want to download and go. To say that after downloading there are major things to change, people want ease our use.
I would like your opinion. Maybe I am missing something. Does a Chrome base browser phone to Google? If so then every browser is, in essence, a Google browser? Prevent monopoly. As of the options, I am glad they exist.
However, webkit is my least favorite on that list. If they came out with a browser installer that ran the entire browser in a sandbox without leaking anything about your computer, they could make a small fortune. Only free way is to use a virtual machine that I know of. And unless you have money to waste to buy another windows, you have to use Linux in it. Linux is great but not for everyone.
There is a version of Linux called Qubes that compartmentalizes everything and the learning curve is astronomical. But at least it is free. Oh and it takes a pretty powerful computer to run it sufficiently. Restorer, Sir are you sure about that favored opinion in the Brave browser mentioned?
If metering of any nature is done, then the way in tallying as a reckoning by count, computation, calculation abilities are still baked in the overall platform. My approach is different my good sir—aim for the less harm and use the Net without breaking most sites.
Although I provided the Dig Deeper neocities link some time ago, I still think Brave is all right for the time being for general public use. There are also other private Chromium alternatives but so far Brave is the easiest to use out of the box. Google makes most money from data mining, Apple from hardware, Firefox from Google default search engine deal….
I use Brave exclusively for about 20 news channels from around the globe and have installed ALL the add-ons Sven recommends to have for Chromium based browsers… plus a couple more!!! Thank you. I do have the webrtc installed as well. Thanks for the help.
You may want to touch base with the governing overlords of your work network for a workaround on this issue if your heart is set on using FF. Very interesting actually. But then, what do I know of these transactional things!!! Thanks for that! If you would kindly clarify this specific point. Cheers, George. WebGL runs code directly on the video card, and keeping it enabled means websites could access your video card APIs. These APIs have not been designed with security in mind because they were kept safe and unconnected and flaws in them could be exploited by malicious attackers.
This is less of an IP leak though leaking your IP is one way a flaw could be exploited and more of a — for now — security risk of unknown magnitude. Like it was stated to me your not paying a thing for being here. Your not forced to read a thing. Nothing is forced upon you and you can leave at any time. Where in the part of folks comments made here and how they express themselves is about free speech — right on man!
Everybody should live a giving life and let others live life as it is for them on their own paths! Calling out all bad ideas or paths is okay but, please do not strike it out completely as unwritten. Then some others dare to go deeper and try to see and understand more in the deeper unseen and unknown layers that are there still. We miss that if their voice in words are forbidden or stricken.
Who wins really when the information is censored — not the little guy or gal. I love Firefox, but it comes to a crawl when used on my work network. Anyone else experience anything like this? Cons: it sucks up a bunch of memory just like Chrome.
But consider turning it on…. I think the model is interesting. I like that I can opt in or out, earn BAT crypto, and pay content creators that are providing value. According to Brave, the ads are privacy-respecting and not delivered through an ad network. Educate yourself about it and make your own decision. Have you looked into that? Sometimes it helps to hear it straight from the founder:. In it is a research paper that analyzes several web browsers.
Would love to hear your thoughts about what they say. I should also mention, I think what you suggest to do to harden FF may mitigate some of this. Just wondering. Out of the box, without modifications, I can see the argument for Brave being one of the best options. Firefox, out of the box, is not the best option, but as noted above, it can really be hardened and secured down.
I was just curious. Would it be prudent then to add any extensions to Brave? If out of the box, it is best, would extensions weaken it? No back on Aug 4th I sourced the actual pdf here. Then Mike tells of it and we understood each others path towards it some Aug th.
It looks good on paper but in the real world to ones privacy — it could easily become compromised with an update. Then I guess we need to look at BAT. Which came into existence back in , during the height of the ICO craze. Hardly anything in the crypto world is cut-and-dried, however, and BAT is no exception. Then will this approach be compelling enough to stick around in one form or another. I see that Firefox and Brave offer sync between mobile and computer.
I do wish to know if syncing is private and secure but I juat am not confident about what I am reading. Lets break it down only to ask more questions. You want a answer for privacy? Look at what it is that gets synced and where it comes from. Though it may be a browser specific account where you included most of that kind of material. Now, is it left in the clear texts form that these two browsers have used for this syncing of the material between your mobiles and computers you link with them.
As the syncing process must go through any number of servers if multiple accounts are involved. The privacy issue is about the servers involved, what the material class is and prior encrypted done before material synced. Personally this is a hub of sorts tying your life together.
I like my circles spread out. Authentication protocols and the security and encryption besides the material flow. From what I was reading, there is a mix of plaintext and encrypted parts. That is where I am lost. I reread the link above. It seems to answer the encryption questions. I think sync could be beneficial if your life runs that way, like a downtown NY cities metro street traffic you get stuck in.
If you would get by already without sync, good. Bookmarks can be incriminating just as well I guess too. It is a highlighting in an interest of yours. Think this way if your privacy is the important factor. The more power you give to a browser is the less in self privacy you have care about. If partners and associates were considered from the linking by way in any browser. You must see 3 head groups that head in this to their own down chains. The browser, the extension, the search engine.
I linked the github code from below and fed the code through. All came out clean except for a few unknown. Any insights as to how these layoffs will affect Firefox, Sven? Well a lot of businesses are hurting right now as some sectors of the economy struggle. And on a positive note, there is a growing demand for non-Google products and that demand will get fulfilled one way or another. How exavtly does one use ungoogled chromium on andriod.
I dont see any apks. Also, anyone know of a block list which is available for subscribe ,and block most ads. Link pls url. Easylist and easyprivacy to out three. I know there are some discussions to the privacy of Dissenter, especially phoning home with Gab, but if they can turn that off or allow it to be turned off, or even anonymizes the info that is phoned, the browser would be good to do a full review on. How does one get ungoogled chromium apk for andriod.
Also ,do you know any url list that blocks the most ads in your opinion. Cause have to put it manually in browser. With no less than comments at this writing! The only suggestion I would have is to add some browsers to the lineup, with security or lack of it in mind. Cheers, George P. In case someone is wondering or looking for this, the last version of IceCat that can be downloaded for Windows is v.
All versions after that are not available for Windows. Interestingly then on deviceinfo. The open-source browser Basilisk is easy to download for Windows. Managed to install noscript for it. Firefox Focus and Bromite are very good choices for mobile browser picks. However, I would suggest adding two more:. Oh and one other thing. I just read this thought-provoking article that points out using a browser an average user does not normally use like Brave, Firefox, etc.
I think it is deserving of at least an honorable mention. After doing a little research, I found out Vivaldi collects general data to measure active users but not usage statistics and Vivaldi Technologies is up front about who funds them and why. This type of data is either stored locally on your machine, or encrypted. It looks like the company wants to make a user-focused browser with good privacy and security protections.
I have been using Vivaldi and, so far, I am liking it. All in all, it looks like the people behind Vivaldi want it to be both a customizable browser with good privacy and security protections. The below review is what piqued my interest in Vivaldi.
And yes some search request are adult sites but mostly YouTube and information interest. After Tech checked it out some. He basically said uninstall it and stay with bromite browser, a lot safer and trustworthy. And the tech and sister both work for a global security company that has One employer. US government. So I think our host here and the tech just might know a little bit about what they suggest. Cheers all. And keep up the Great work here. Looking for alternative to Pale Moon….
I downloaded Pale Moon about 6 months ago and cannot believe how much it sucks! Any suggestion or ideas would greatly appreciated. Yeah Palm Moon does suck, outdated fork. Best bet is to try a few of the other browsers list in the article above. You mean Moonchild should stop paying me to say nice things about his browser? I need the money!
Pale Moon is an old version of Firefox. If you like it, then I suggest going with Firefox. If not, then I suggest Brave which is based on Chromium. In my view, Brave and Firefox are the best browsers right now in terms of privacy and security. Both browsers are also updated regularly unlike many of the others on the above list. While it is a little work, once done, Firefox is very good.
This as opposed to Brave, where you just download it and go. Regardless of your choice, good luck! Location — precise location GPS and network-based — approximate location network-based 3. Camera — take pictures and videos 4. Microphone — record audio 6. Contacts — read your contacts 8. Wi-Fi connection information — view Wi-Fi connections 9. Other — download files without notification — receive data from Internet — control Near Field Communication — view network connections — pair with Bluetooth devices — full network access — reorder running apps — write web bookmarks and history — install shortcuts — access Bluetooth settings — change your audio settings — control vibration — prevent device from sleeping — run at startup.
Hello Sven, Your website is full of really good information and a great ready. I have been using Pale Moon for a few years now because its not to cluttered and is lightweight and fast as per your website. But I have noticed that Pale Moon has gotten laggy, hangs, and slow on some websites.
I only use uBlock Origin Win7. Is there a reason for this? Read and modify privacy settings. Access browser tabs. Access browser activity during navigation. Access your data for all websites. Number 1. Number 3. I am unsure about InBrowser, but a lot of those permissions you are talking about can be shut off or are not automatically turned on when you download browsers like Brave or DuckDuckGo.
Dataleaks detected , torbrowser still best protip: do not use DOH nor DOT dns over tor, never whatever you use as privacy-layer, the browser seams weakest part and the adversaries are those who exploit the weakest part, eg. Sorry not really any browser is very safe — with their internals and other codes unknown- the services of tracking user data by habit keyboard activities on all their actions — being capitolized captured compressed and sent out to collector servers all over the nation.
The thought of secure browsers is really nice by their concept — reality shows they forward all or more of the user information collected on the OS whilest simply doing. So do not believe anything is safe. And that is now going on into the inners of each and the many OS distros out there — no matter Mac Windoz and or Linux. The anything other riding ontop of these may also breech your personal use access and operations copy to what your doing with the everything.
Food for thought. On Iridium, it says the last update was in for the Debian based system. Am I missing anything or is that the case. Windows and Mac OS versions are up to date as of June now. I did see those two were up to date. Maybe I am wrong. On my brave, what fingerprinting extension do you suggest? I have put one on that is suggested by privacypro. Forgot one last question. On the Fingerprinting, and cookies, I have set those to disable and not allow.
The cookies keeps changing. I have Decentraleyes, UBlock Origin and now the one you just suggested. These are the extensions that I am using on Brave and Dissenter. If there are any better, that is what I am looking for. I have tried to follow the developers and read what they have but unless I am missing anything, they look ok to me. These should cover all of my basis unless I have overlap. Again, I have tried to read their white papers and everything else I can and could not see any negative.
But I may have missed something. I get the impression people on this and other threads may practice browser compartmentalization, but I came across the below article that, basically, says that websites can fingerprint users even if they use more than one browser, which makes tracker avoidance much more difficult.
Could you please address this? I would be curious to know your thoughts as I think it might warrant an article pointing out if using more than one browser is beneficial for people to maintain their privacy. Yes, this is the issue of browser fingerprinting, but there are solutions for that as well, discussed in the browser fingerprinting guide. Fingerprinting mentioned in the article relates to computer fingerprinting and super cookie. Continue protecting the browser from fingerprinting as well using compartmentalization and necessary settings or extensions.
But it now my computer lags and clicking the drop down commands or just typing seems to be some what difficult. However when I temporarily uninstall uBlock Origin Legacy things seem to be normal again. I do not use any other add-ons and only use Microsoft Security Essentials, any ideas or suggestions? You could try using a VPN ad blocker. Another option is a network-wide ad blocker, like Pi-hole.
Or check out AdGuard. Another thing, I have been using Brave browser on my mobile phone for a year, and, by default, it does not have any ads. There is an option called brave rewards that pays you for seing ads, but this option needs to be activated by the user. I would be interested to read your opinion of Avast Secure Browser , particularly its Android incarnation. I uninstalled the Windows desktop version because every time it got updated, it set itself to start automatically at login time, without asking.
There are a lot of complaints about this on their forum. However, the Android version seems to be much slicker, and comes with a browser only VPN, so I prefer it to my usual browser Firefox for activities such as online banking. Is this a good choice, or could I do better, short of using a full-function VPN? Avast was recently caught collecting user data through their products, which was then being sold.
When I typed Basilisk in the search field on this site nothing came up. So I did a web search with SwissCows for private and secure browsers. I guess there are probably good reasons that you have not mentioned those two here. Looked at the Pale Moon website, which does offer Lots of customization. Could it be used without creating an account for the Forum? While the things mentioned to harden Firefox may be good, I have issue with what is under the hood. Hence Brave and Dissenter are my two choices.
Once Dissenter gets more stable and more redily updated, I may switch completely over. Brave should work with them. I wonder then, as based on another website which was referenced somewhere on this site if Brave, and by extension Dissenter, strip all identifiable info before doing its call to Google?
Yes it seems Brave strip identifiable information once online as mentioned in the said article comparing browsers connection. It makes extra connections compared to Brave…. Thanks for pointing that out. As far as dissenter, I know it is not as refined right now and I would only use it to really help them along.
But until they get to any deep level of security, Brave is my go too right now. I think it might be better to install your preferred ad blocker or content blocker e. On Android, I have a hard time downloading those extensions but on my computers, that would give the best of both worlds. I have dug a little deeper into the Dissenter. It seems as though the major issue is with that Dissenter plug-in, GAB.
That is where it seems to have its largest issues for the author. I wonder then, if by disabiling that extension, plus the other extensions I had mentioned above, if that would mitigate the issue? Going to try it out. If so, then your best bet would be to use Brave exclusively.
Despite your seeming reluctance to use Firefox due to alleged connections to George Soros, your using it would not benefit Mozilla in any way. The only time it would is if you paid for it or any service provided by the group.
In my view, Brave and Firefox are the two best browsers in terms of privacy and security. Thank you for the info. I have just moved back to brave and am really happy with it now with the extensions. Thanks again. Though Dissenter is a fork of Brave and lets you comment on sites or articles, however, be aware that it could be a major privacy risk. If so, that can include recording your log in information too. I had ran accross that idea as well.
Until they get that straight, I would agree. However, I wonder if using Dissenter without logging into Gab would solve that? I am unsure. Until Gab clarifies or takes care of this, I suggest avoiding Dissenter. I recently reached out to one of the higher-ups at PrivacyTools. The gentleman I asked said his group did like Iridium but decided against endorsing it due to their concluding that Iridium is not updated very often which, unfortunately, results in security leaks being sporadically addressed.
I just tried using Iridium again and it did better on a Panopticlick test than during my first try. It is possible the first time I used Iridium may have had something to do with my computer. However, when choosing a new browser, the attention the hosting party or creator pays to updating and fixing problems should be taken into account. So far, Firefox and Brave have the best track record on updates and fixes out of the ones on this list. Hi Sven! I must say that the information on your website has helped me enhance my online privacy.
Yep, you can use different profiles for this. I tried the Iridium browser and it is very promising but is buggy. After downloading it, I tried to download extensions for it but they would not appear on my tool bar or my extension list despite Google saying they were downloaded.
IceCat is good but I get the impression it is not supported very well. Ungoogled Chromium is not at all secure and you might want to consider de-listing it. The closest people can get to Ungoogled Chromium is either Iridium or Brave which is excellent. How can we trust mainstream companies? The cost of privacy is too high for convenience. I have had a landlord refuse to let rent because they used a shady site that had my information and said that I possibly had a criminal record which is not true.
I looked over the information and and I figured where it came from Chrome and gmail had sold my information. I read their privacy docs and it does say that they share your information with authorized third parties. Firefox is excellent. Despite being non-profit in theory, they do have a for profit arm.
Until and unless the organizations or people behind browsers, like IceCat or Iridium, have sufficient structures and financing to keep up with innovations, their efforts while notable will be short lived. Aside from his experience, Brendan Eich obviously understood what I outline above which is why Brave is so successful. Worse tthan Iridium and Ungoogled Chromium. One other thing I forgot to mention.
I think Iridium is notable because it is relatively new and, in many ways, is still in development. In my view, Iridium could go the way of Brave since it has a albeit small group of developers behind it and another organization Open Source Business Alliance supporting their efforts. If you use the browser you might want to reconsider. How about kiwi browser for Android 1.
Chromium based browser 2. Built in ad blocker 3. Built in night mode 4. Instal chrome extension 5. Privacy focused. Youre description or criteria matches Iridium. However, be aware it is fairly young and buggy so your milage may vary. Brave also seems to match what you describe and would be a solid choice. Apologies, I missed the fact that you mentioned the Kiwi browser. I would suggest doing a deep-dive to see if it has good privacy protections. I tested Kiwi against Panopticlick and it did well.
But I had some questions about the settings such as the ad blocker. Kiwi is solely a mobile browser, whereas the list is geared mainly to listing browsers for desktop use. I have LeechBlock NG installed on it to block most websites, and from that I see that with every Bing search the default search engine in the browser, it first goes to kiwisearchservices.
Not sure what the point of that is. In contrast, an older version of TorBrowser hid everything. I am using the Tor browser. I wrote instructions for that here , but it seems with the latest Tor browser update, they have made it a lot more difficult to opt out of using the Tor network. Hi Sven, Thanks for the reply. Maybe you accidently posted the wrong link. The link above is for disabling WebRTC. Would you also have any details on what they have done to make it more difficult to opt out using the Tor network?
Perhaps using an older version of the browser and disabling auto update if possible is a workaround? However, it would be helfpul if we had a tutorial on how to disable the Tor network. Oops, you are correct. See the comments on the latest updates. No, I would not use an older version of Tor browser. Instead, just use modified Firefox. In case I am concerned about security, — you say Iridium offers regular updates and releases, but their updates are not so frequent.
Should I not prefer Brave since its updates are more frequent? This means it may be very inconvenient if you want to switch from it to another browser. One other thing, — TunnelBear have a browser free add on that VPNs just the browser itself, — how about that?
I would not recommend anything from Avast, a company that has been in the news numerous times for abysmal privacy practices. This caused Google, Mozilla and Opera to remove these extensions until Avast implemented new privacy protections. The lock icon on the web browser once meant that the connection between the user and the remote web server was authenticated, secured, encrypted.
Unfortunately, that is no longer always true. As too, any anyone could with an [SSL interception proxy program or device] placed in the right logical position. Where as most of you using these would have assumed that you have a secure end-to-end connection — at this point. Enabling this option can disrupt the work of certain browser applications, such as messengers, chats, cinemas, or games.
This means you may see notifications from various websites even if your browser is hidden to tray or not launched. Enable this option to block browser Push API completely. It means that it can be used for tracking purposes just like cookies. While the site files are cached, the ETag is sent every time your browser addresses this site.
If the site has content embedded from another server e. In our few email conversation he had mentioned Googles posting of an ability to track users across different sites and devices. More data means better targeted ads and more revenue.
Without Google Analytics, tracking performance of these campaigns would be difficult. Nonetheless, there are still better options for privacy. Not so apparent as one needs to dig in the sites own TOS and PP policies — that just of visiting and your continued use of a site, you fully accept or consent to their policies towards your personal privacy…from any aspect connected to the site.
Hey sven Is puffin browser safe. I like the browser because its fast. Do you recommend this browser to use. Until I tried the Iriduim browser. So to anyone with a legacy laptop, or a cost friendly one, like my Lenovo, I would certainly recommend the Iridium! Although I cannot claim to be any more certain or should I say secure about my browser choice after scrolling a couple of hours and reading comments.
I tried it some years ago, but I was too lazy to learn new operating systems all over again. My knowledge in open source are mostly limited to the principles of the philosophy. I think Linux Ubuntu is a great place to start because it is user-friendly and widely supported as one of the most popular Linux distributions out there. I use modified Firefox. But in some cases I have to use others. Some online activities are not possible with modified Firefox, for example online management with the Government pay taxes, make requests,….
In my case, also with Firefox modified some websites are limited or not connect. But this is what there is… Regards! I could understand if I was logging in to a site to know I human. Then a pain if your just browsing already or having starting to on a site your hit with one. A site that has a commerce purpose and your real identity is know to your account there. Then if you were logging in — your IP, device and browser fingerprints ties to the person.
Tech, security, encryption, etc…. I would think that Google Analytics and Google ad trackers utilize various browser fingerprinting, identification, and tracking techniques techniques beyond what most of us could comprehend. OK, I think I get the picture. For android, other than firefox and bromite, I recommend Privacy Browser made by Stoutner.
Its a great browser for your privacy. For mobile : I still advise you to try and use Samsung Internet Browser, it has many features for privacy and total black theme and addon AdGuard possible among others adblockers. Or Try and use Firefox Preview instead of classic. Firefox Preview has many features. You recommend the Iridium browser. Please tell me how you can recommend the browser on the Mac does not remove installed extensions from the Chrome Web Store.
Try it yourself! And already a year for sure. Is it not correct to recommend only what you personally tested and specifically note which platform we are talking about. The browser itself is very good. Both canvas fingerprinting and session are suppose to be non-viewable of the visitor end in it all. A thought comes to mind in your case of how to possibly catch it in action of an image taken — if it happens in almost milliseconds.
Find a video screen recording program like ones used to capture installation steps , when a video screencapture is best used to explain adjacent and sequential steps for understand a walk through to someone doing something specific. Start up this program running before hand, and then do whatever you do when you see it happen on your screen.
I do agree not to allow yourself to be logged in to a web account you have anywhere while your surfing the web. When I hit the RF toolbar as to quickly fill them out — it drops down a larger menu than usual to pick which credentials to use on the site with a choice in it.
This then brings up a lot of old google account credentials I still keep records of in my RoboForm vault. I have to end up shutting my PC down and start over. From a users privacy standpoint on their privacy…. Scroll down in some images to see more — these images are of the search result for the term corndogs.
Whenever I should open SwissCows search again and have entered a search term. All I see is image CC last one. Next I will remove the texts about the sponsor. I can turn off the Assistant to hid the Icon as well — which is how I run it mostly as being turned off.
You also could just turn off semantic map on the search page. No need to block using content blocker. Is that a more clear logical explanation to understand for you then. They SC could link to a supporters page and really show off them all in that way instead. So everyone of them sponsors are listed and not rotated as shown of in our face so to speak for our simple purpose in using SwissCows Search. Then about the semantic map tiles with SwissCows, that would have to place a sort of cookie 1st-party on our device to be set to hold any memory, as I only keep 1st-party cookies for 15 minutes and switching it off it using the SC site never holds forever — it comes back.
I have gone back to using MetaGer, which is also very fast, and a few test searches brought up the correct result at the top.. On the searches I have done in the last day or two, the engine seems to mostly use Bing and Scopia. Losing Scopia has not significantly changed the quality of the search results.
Have a good weekend people, and stay safe Richard. And a good option for parents with kids is SwissCows , which filters out adult content. Nice article, thanks. I am on win7pro and will stay. I run Palemoon Portable and sandboxed off a flash drive. The browser has great extensions, is updated regularly and for a portable is plenty fast.
I use Proton VPN and its been plenty fast and stable as can be. I have tightened Palemoon down as much as i can in about:config and also the outgoing firewall. It had been out for ages then even, I got a refund and just bought back the firewall part of it I think.
That it even had a database kept of the sites that were using or not fingerprints at that time when I visited them. Besides the dev was quite open to an email exchange. Replaced with the Aomei backerupper for ransomware safeguarding purposes by backups, and the Shadow Defender as a quick n easy virtual environment defense to ill acting websites and installing softs for testing — like it never happened on the system at.
Old AddOns work fine, and with 10 or 15 of them, startup on a small netbook takes max. I love it since we found Pale Moon recommended by a young guy in a forum, for speeding up a little 2 x 1. NOT an old version like FF. My question is, Brave seems to have Google contained within it already? For example, when I wanted to change the theme, it led to the google shop. And of course, Google is on the list of search engines available. This may not seem like a huge problem for Firefox or Chrome users, but due to its low popularity, finding the right plugins for Opera is much harder.
Leaving Internet Explorer and its numerous vulnerabilities behind, Microsoft built Edge on the Chromium platform and upped the ante in terms of technical security. That said, its sparsely timed updates and lack of tracking protection features still put it behind most browsers.
No matter which browser you choose, securing your connection with a VPN is still a must. A VPN routes your traffic through a remote server, encrypting your connection and hiding your IP address in the process. We recommend choosing from our best VPN services for securing your browser and other online activities. All of them will provide you with military-grade encryption, no-logs, and good connectivity. And with a little bit of tweaking, Firefox can be the best private browser overall.
As we understand them today, private browsers are focused on giving users more control over their online privacy. With that in mind, private browsers like Ungoogled Chromium and Brave usually come with additional protective features or simply without Google integration and can better address the privacy needs of more demanding users. These are browsers built specifically for privacy aficionados and are usually designed to block all manner of trackers and potentially hazardous scripts.
Tor browser comes as the most extreme example of this approach because it sacrifices performance and user-friendliness for the sake of providing maximum protection. With that said, there are mainstream browsers like Mozilla Firefox that offer very high privacy and security while still thinking about the average user. As a result, this private browser list aims to balance between the hardcore and the readily-available options.
For online safety, we recommend using more than one browser. Most of us want to browse the web while being connected to multiple accounts. This is convenient, but it also makes it easy to track your activities and link them to the same identity. The solution here is to set the rules for using each browser.
For example, you may want to use Mozilla Firefox for your daily tasks that require logging into the email and other accounts. The second browser, e. Finally, the Tor browser can be reserved for tasks that require maximum privacy and security. Feel free to create your own set of rules and use different browsers, just make sure not to break them.
And when it comes to logging in, never save your passwords in the browser. Unfortunately, not all safe browsers are available on every operating system or device. Below you will find the safest browser for each platform in Since Tor browser is aimed at advanced users, we do not include it in this list.
It offers great out-of-the-box protection and, at the same time, allows in-depth customization for privacy aficionados. Once again, we recommend Mozilla Firefox. While Mac users might feel inclined to use Safari, which is not a bad option by any means, Firefox offers much more privacy and add-ons.
Some of you may be surprised to see Opera as the best secure Android browser. However, the reasoning behind is simple — Opera actually has three different versions that cater to specific tastes of the heterogeneous Android community. In addition to the main browser app, you can choose Opera Mini for fast and data-saving browsing or Opera Touch designed to be used with one finger. All of them have an ad-blocker and are generally privacy-focused.
While Safaris no slouch, Brave is the safest browser for iOS. In that case, try Mozilla Firefox instead. Below is a list of Top 10 popular safe web browser add-ons in no particular order that should help enhance your security and privacy, given that your browser supports them. While these add-ons are tried and tested, always be cautious when installing any third-party applications , especially if they are free.
Trusting a high Google or App Store ranking is ill-advised — you should always search for an external review from an authoritative source. After looking at the most secure web browsers in , we can say that the Tor browser still holds the 1 spot. Available on all major platforms save for iOS, it provides the best possible security and privacy, even without much tinkering.
Our tests have shown that Mozilla Firefox is the best safe web browser for the average user. So when you need the best private web browser, check if it fits your individual needs first. What are your thoughts on secure web browsers? Do you agree with our lineup for ? Let us know in the comments below! The most secure web browser is the Tor browser.
It offers unprecedented security and privacy and, at the same time, is arguably the best option for surfing the deep web. The most secure browser for banking is Mozilla Firefox. It beats the Tor browser because the latter is too restrictive for such a task. In the meantime, Firefox will make sure your connection stays private and protected from third-parties.
The best browser in is Mozilla Firefox. It has excellent security and privacy, supports all main platforms, and has plenty of add-ons to further bolster your online protection. However, Opera is the fastest web browser for mobile users.
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Safari and Ungoogled Chromium are probably the most secure; Tor, being built on gecko, suffers from the same issues and imo needs to be rebuilt on WebKit or Chromium asap. I strongly disagree with Ungoogled Chromium being secure. The way I see it, you have to compile it yourself to stay up to date on security updates. No one does that. I actually disagree that Opera has low privacy. You can configure 3rd party cookies to be automatically rejected.
You can turn on anti-tracking and privacy protection, and then configure the easylists to be pretty aggressive just with a toggle button. If you wanna get hardcore, you can go to the opera flags page and turn on some more settings that even further shield your privacy. Configured correctly, Opera is both as secure and as private as it gets. I could go into detail if anybody wants me to, but, Opera is very powerful in all of these regards, very underrated here. Hello, Kody! Thanks for the comment.
If every Opera user followed your advice and made the necessary changes, I could say that this browser can be listed above Chrome. However, the latter offers plenty of plugins, which are a more user-friendly way of increasing privacy. Brave is all the above you say about it, but for me is the combination of all the security and privacy features built right into the browser combined with lightning speed. I tested it against Firefox and Chrome and it came out tops! Opera owned by a Chinese investment firm now, so I find that a big question mark.
Firefox falls behind on malware protection, Chrome may not be so private. But its always rated high in security. Edge browser is way overlooked because its SmartScreen is probably one of the best for blocking rouge sites with malware.
Tor Browser sounds really interesting. Thanks for the list though. Sometimes I think Internet security is a mirage.
Актуальная ссылка. В чем преимущество Hydra? Далеко не все можно купить в открытом доступе. Но, это не становится препятствием для продавцов и покупателей, желающих приобрести желаемые товары и услуги, даже несмотря на наличие запретов и законов. Теневой маркетплейс Hydra — идеальная платформа для теневых товаров, где можно купить все что угодно.
Чтобы ознакомиться с ассортиментом магазина, достаточно осуществить вход в Hydra. Как зайти на Гидру? Отыскать официальный сайт Гидра и осуществить вход на портал можно с помощью специальной программы — браузера Tor. Внешне браузер не отличается от других подобных девайсов, однако существенная разница между ними все же есть.
Она кроется в принципе луковичной маршрутизации, которой обладает Tor. Данный принцип позволяет осуществлять серфинг по сети максимально анонимно и безопасно, что очень выгодно при переходе на Гидру ссылку. Чтобы воспользоваться услугами программы, потребуется:. Скачать установочный файл с официального сайта Тор. Подтвердить установку, выбрав папку и язык браузера. Когда процедура будет завершена, можно открыть поисковую строку и вбить нужный запрос.
Первая ссылка на Гидру и позволит перейти на требуемую площадку. Далее клиент может зарегистрироваться и приступить к покупкам. Регистрация в один клик на Гидра сайт Регистрация в системе не представляет ничего сложного. Клиенту нужно: 1. Перейти на сайт hydramarket-onion. Открыть раздел регистрации. Ввести логин и пароль. Подтвердить процедуру. Hydra магазин. С ее помощью достигается высокий уровень анонимности.
Взаиморасчеты между пользователями осуществляются при помощи криптовалют. Отсутствие привязки личности сторон к банковским аккаунтам позволяет исключить внимание страж порядка к транзакциям; Гидра обеспечивает поддержку клиентов и продавцов, что гарантирует безопасность сделки. Как обойти блокировку Гидра? За ними кроются те веб-ресурсы, которые затруднительно открыть через браузер Chrome и ему подобные и практически невозможно отыскать с помощью Google, Yandex и прочих поисковых систем.
Звучит пугающе и интригующе одновременно, не правда ли? Многие люди загружают Тор с целью попасть туда. Но далеко не всем понятно, что для этого нужно сделать. Так давайте же разберемся, как зайти в Даркнет через T or. Но размещенные там сайты вовсе не обязательно должны быть какими-то незаконными или неэтичными, хотя такие, безусловно, присутствуют. Для попадания туда от пользователя требуется только две вещи:. То есть никаких тайных манипуляций, ввода многостраничного кода и прочих странных действий выполнять не нужно.
В данной статье мы сначала разберем процедуру инсталляции анонимного браузера, а потом способы для нахождения спрятанных ресурсов. Чтобы попасть на темную сторону интернета, нужно использовать специальный браузер. В принципе можно для этих целей настроить какой-нибудь условный Chrome или Mozilla Firefox. Но гораздо проще и безопаснее будет все же Тор.
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