Privacy and security of information/data is the major priority and very important. All browsers claim that they are secure. Here I am sharing the most security-focused browser.
It is obvious that when it comes to security and privacy browser the first though strike in mind is Tor. Hence, Tor is more focused on privacy rather than security. Anyways, let’s see the security-based browsers.
Comodo Dragon browser is based on Chromium and comes with great security. Comodo also has a Firefox based browser which is Comodo IceDragon.
- Has privacy enhancements that surpass those in Chromium’s technology
- Has Domain Validation technology that identifies and segregates superior SSL certificates from inferior ones
- Stops cookies and other Web spies
- Prevents all Browser download tracking to ensure your privacy
Opera is the light weight browser comes up with various features. Opera does not collect massive information about the user. Opera comes with an in-built Ad blocker, which blocks Ads trackers and provides you private session. It helps loading web page 90% faster. Apart from this the important feature is that it comes with in-built VPN facility.
Tor is an open-source web browser, which is built with private relay-servers. By default Tor disable all the plugins. It routes your traffic through various relay servers, so it is hard to know the actual traffic source. But still Tor is not secure at all.
EpicPrivacyBrowser comes with extreme privacy features enable which helps you being private. It eliminate Address bar, URL, Installation, Error tracking. When you use any search engine it routes your traffic through proxy server. It has inbuilt Ad blocker. Its always private.
Dooble browser is free and open source. It is nice and user-friendly. It is available for FreeBSD, Linux, Mac OS, Windows. It operates in private mode unlike other browsers. Dooble is highly security and privacy focused browser. It has a new tab with lots of security settings features.
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