Most PRIVATE Browser [SOLVED]
2014-01-22, 05:29 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-01-22, 05:49 PM by tbonemaker.)
#1
SOLUTIONS
f0rest: https://www.torproject.org/
r3v01uti0n: https://www.epicbrowser.com/


more solutions needed Smile

Hi Elites!

Whats going on?

I was wondering which browser is one of the most secure out there.

I mainly use Firefox for my personal use so I don't really want to always clear all browsing data on Firefox.

Chrome is owned by Google, so I think it's not the best Idea to create multiple accounts on chrome even if you change my IP.

I am sure you got some ideas! :)
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TheVBScripter(2014-01-22 10:11 PM) 

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2014-01-22, 05:33 PM,
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Well the most 'private' browser is TOR but if you are doing CPA stuff,I suggest you just continue using Firefox.
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tbonemaker(2014-01-22 05:44 PM) TheVBScripter(2014-01-22 05:37 PM) 

Cool
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2014-01-22, 05:35 PM,
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(2014-01-22, 05:33 PM)f0rest Wrote: Well the most 'private' browser is TOR but if you are doing CPA stuff,I suggest you just continue using Firefox.

well this looks quite promessing. thanks for your sugesstions! As I said since I dont want to clear browsing data on firefox I need to find another browser Smile

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2014-01-22, 05:39 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-01-22, 05:39 PM by TheVBScripter.)
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(2014-01-22, 05:33 PM)f0rest Wrote: Well the most 'private' browser is TOR

True, or you could use Chrome and press CTRL + SHIFT + N to enter "Incognito" mode.
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2014-01-22, 05:45 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-01-22, 05:48 PM by tbonemaker.)
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(2014-01-22, 05:39 PM)TheVBScripter Wrote:
(2014-01-22, 05:33 PM)f0rest Wrote: Well the most 'private' browser is TOR

True, or you could use Chrome and press CTRL + SHIFT + N to enter "Incognito" mode.

yeah. But none knows what Google does in the background of chrome. I mean if for the NSA its easy to get access to your mic, Google will surely still save browsing data. Even if you have incognito mode on.

(2014-01-22, 05:39 PM)r3v01uti0n Wrote:
(2014-01-22, 05:35 PM)tbonemaker Wrote:
(2014-01-22, 05:33 PM)f0rest Wrote: Well the most 'private' browser is TOR but if you are doing CPA stuff,I suggest you just continue using Firefox.

well this looks quite promessing. thanks for your sugesstions! As I said since I dont want to clear browsing data on firefox I need to find another browser Smile

Just change to options that it doesn't save history etc..?

Or use Epic Browser.

added your solution to my thread thanks :)

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2014-01-22, 05:52 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-01-22, 05:53 PM by TheVBScripter.)
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(2014-01-22, 05:45 PM)tbonemaker Wrote: I mean if for the NSA its easy to get access to your mic, Google will surely still save browsing data. Even if you have incognito mode on.
If you're worried about this, the best you can do is to close your bank account, stay inside all day and avoid everything that involes internet to make sure they won't "follow" you.

Smartphones, webcams, microphones, screen recording, everything is "under control" of them if you see it like that.
Also FireFox nor TOR will be the solution, since I heard that "silk road" (drugs market online that was only accessable with TOR browser) was taken offline, I'm not sure about the whole "privacy" now.
So just use FireFox and don't worry about them :)
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tbonemaker(2014-01-22 05:56 PM) 
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2014-01-22, 05:59 PM,
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(2014-01-22, 05:52 PM)TheVBScripter Wrote: Smartphones, webcams, microphones, screen recording, everything is "under control" of them if you see it like that.
Also FireFox nor TOR will be the solution, since I heard that "silk road" (drugs market online that was only accessable with TOR browser) was taken offline, I'm not sure about the whole "privacy" now.
So just use FireFox and don't worry about them :)

great reply!

I was not searching for a perfect solution, just for something that is more secure compared to chrome.
I don't think that we need to discuss that everything is observed nowadays Tongue still you can live your internet marketing lifestyle a little bit more secure than the rest of the people Smile
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TheVBScripter(2014-01-22 06:27 PM) 

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2014-01-22, 06:11 PM,
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or you can just install another instance of firefox and use that one for your IM needs :)
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2014-01-22, 06:29 PM,
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(2014-01-22, 05:59 PM)tbonemaker Wrote:
(2014-01-22, 05:52 PM)TheVBScripter Wrote: Smartphones, webcams, microphones, screen recording, everything is "under control" of them if you see it like that.
Also FireFox nor TOR will be the solution, since I heard that "silk road" (drugs market online that was only accessable with TOR browser) was taken offline, I'm not sure about the whole "privacy" now.
So just use FireFox and don't worry about them :)

great reply!

I was not searching for a perfect solution, just for something that is more secure compared to chrome.
I don't think that we need to discuss that everything is observed nowadays Tongue still you can live your internet marketing lifestyle a little bit more secure than the rest of the people Smile

Thanks a lot!
And if you want to be secure, I recommend TOR.
Except that it doesn't save "passwords" automatically (as far as my concern), so when you want to login, you need to type everything again..

IF you want to use FireFox, here's a little plugin that could help you getting more secure/safe.
https://addons.mozilla.org/nl/firefox/addon/anonymox
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tbonemaker(2014-01-22 06:34 PM) 
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2014-01-22, 06:30 PM,
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SilkRoad was taken down because of the mistakes of the owner, not because the TOR isn't secure. Read the whole story before saying wrong things.
TOR is still one of the best solutions for anonymity.
This is how it works:
[Image: tor.png]

If you are not laundering millions of dollars, you should be safe with Epic Browser.

PS: SilkRoad v2 is up and running without issues so far :)
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