As you may know, social media websites ask us to share data in many ways. Hence, most people end up sharing more than they would prefer. As well, we share data on websites that we no longer access. Sometimes the data we share is visible to others without our knowledge.
Humans love to compare and contrast everything. This is why you find endless lists of universities, movies, and other things. So, you are also going to find lists of the best browsers to use. We are about to analyze the top 4 browsers here.
The web browser you choose to use affects your user experience to a great extent. This is why you need not settle for a web browser that does not appeal to you or suit your needs.
Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are two of the most popular Internet Browsers available on the web nowadays. Millions of users prefer them to other browsers, but the case remains the same at all times. The Internet user leaves some personal information on any visited website and hence creates a digital browser fingerprint.
Present day Internet browsers have private or “incognito” modes that let you surf the web without leaving any traces behind. That is, you’re not leaving any follows for anybody utilizing the same PC once you’ve finished with your session. Your inquiries and review history won’t be available for others to see, which can be helpful […]
An engineer at Google plus a serial bug discoverer discovers glitches in Chromodo, Malwarebytes and Avastium anti malware browsers. Serial bug discoverer, Tavis Ormandy is taking care of business once more. In the wake of uncovering bugs and vulnerabilities in AVG and Trend Micro security products, Ormandy has now discovered three issues found in web-browsers offered by […]
When you go online, using a popular web browser, you might be sharing much information with third-party data trackers. In fact, what people think their privacy rights are, has some difference with the actual privacy policies that are in place. Most browsers apply not so security-tight privacy policies which makes them vulnerable for privacy invasions.
Mozilla has declared aggressively that they are considering to drop non secure HTTP. Security Lead of Firefox Richard Barnes mentioned in a post. “After a robust discussion on our community mailing list, Mozilla is committing to focus new development efforts on the secure web, and start removing capabilities from the non-secure web,”