What are the most private internet browsers

What are the most private internet browsers

Have you ever made a search on the internet, and then found that for several days you are bombarded with advertisements on social networks? The most popular browsers, such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Safari, come with a major drawback: the lack of user privacy. Luckily if you would like to surf the web more securely, there are alternative browsers available.


Tor is one of the most controversial browsers, and it is a favorites in the hacking community. Its main advantage is that it uses a system that combines the public IP addresses of all its users and bounces them, so it is almost impossible to track the original user. In each click, Tor combines IP addresses of users located in different countries, so its logo is identified with the onion layers. Tor is available for all operating systems and you can download it on this link.

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Brave is a browser that allows you to find and block any tracker or cookies from third parties who monitor your activity on the web. It is compatible with the extensions of the famous Google browser. It is available for all operating systems and you can download it here.

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Like Chrome, Epic is an open source browser created by Google. Its great security advantage is that it eliminates all possible trackers and blocks advertising with a single objective: to maximize your privacy. At the end of each session, Epic automatically deletes all cookies and trackers (so it doesn't save information about your navigation. You can download it here (it is currently available for Windows and MacOS).

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Pale Moon

Pale Moon is another open source browser inspired by Firefox. It is updated regularly. Its most attractive aspect for the user is that it is designed to find the balance between personalization functions (which help improve privacy) and efficiency. It can be downloaded on devices that use Windows and also for Linux.

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Waterfox is a variant of Firefox and is compatible with it's extensions. In some cases Waterfox is slightly faster and better protects the user's privacy because after each session it deletes all the registered information. Further, it doesn't on any personal identification for regular updates. It is compatible with all operating systems and is available for free here.

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Mozilla Firefox, better known as Firefox, is one of the most popular, secure, and easy-to-use browsers in the world. It is open source, uses 30% less memory than Chrome, is compatible with all operating systems, and has an extensive list of extensions and add-ons available to improve user privacy. These include NoScript, Stop Fingerprinting, Windscribe, uBlock Origin, HTTPS, and more. It is available for download on this link.

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