TOP 5: Browsers for secure and anonymous web surfing
Security has become one of the main concerns while browsing the internet today. I’m sure you have heard that online scammers steal credit card data more and more often, hijack e-mail accounts, disclose someone’s sensitive private data, etc. One should pay good attention to security aspect when choosing a browser not to become one of those who suffered from internet thieves.
Unfortunately, most users neglect or do not prioritize security, putting browsing speed or number of add-ons on the first place. Well, that’s their concern, but if you want to keep your browsing secured, you should pay attention to the browsers, offering enhanced security, anonymity and protection of personal data when surfing the web.
This browser is based on Chromium code and has additional features to provide improved security. To be more specific, Comodo Dragon has an improved technology of private data protection, improved SSL certification, as well as protection from Web-spyware, tracking scripts, cookies and other malware. This browser has anonymous surfing mode that provides extra protection and anonymity while online. There is an option to import custom bookmarks and other data from other browsers.
Dooble is another free browser with improved security. It uses WebKit engine and can be installed on different operating systems that support Qt, including Windows, Android and Linux based systems. Along with the common tools for managing browser cookies, Dooble can automatically delete them after a specified period of time. The browser allows you to encrypt most of the user data. Dooble also restores accidentally closed sessions and blocks inappropriate content. There are file manager and FTP-client built in into Dooble.
Epic Privacy Browser
This is another one free Chromium based browser. The difference is that it does not support plug-ins, does not log browsing history, does not save the passwords, and erases all data on exit. The name of the browser speaks much for itself saying that it was created specifically for the internet anonymity fans. Epic Privacy developers removed vulnerabilities specific to Google Chrome. Yes, all these restrictions make the browser not very convenient to use sometimes, but this makes Epic the best choice for those who seek for the highest possible privacy. Among other things, Epic Privacy has its own proxy server, cookie and ad blocker and a range of other tools.
Tor is a comparatively known portable browser that uses a distributed network technology, created by enthusiasts from around the world. Tor provides high level of anonymity on the internet, ensures that you can safely send and receive important information, as well as protects you from spyware. Also, Tor allows you to get access to the site that was blocked for various reasons. Tor is based on Firefox browser. The browser is portable and does not require installation. Tor starts its work with getting access to the Tor network, and then one can use Tor, as an ordinary browser, though with with some functions limited or disabled for security reasons. Read more about Tor browser in one of our previous articles.
Tor analogue by the world famous torrent resource – The Pirate Bay. As well as Tor, it is based on Firefox browser, enhanced by Tor proxy servers, tunnelled traffic and advanced settings to work with the banned or censored sites. All other features are much like those of Tor.
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