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best "incognito" browser

  1. Jardani
    KitKat Dec 2, 2014

    Jardani , Dec 2, 2014 :
    What for? FAP?
     

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  2. Tricia24
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 2, 2014

    Tricia24 , Dec 2, 2014 :
    I can't decide if you guys are poking at me specifically because of my post which addressed this or if you didn't read my post which addressed this. :rolleyes:

     

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  3. Gsaechao85
    Honeycomb Dec 2, 2014

    Gsaechao85 , Dec 2, 2014 :
    Lol nvm.. You sound like you're a female.. CM Browser, Firefox or chrome.. Any will work.. Fap on.
     

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  4. Tricia24
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 2, 2014

    Tricia24 , Dec 2, 2014 :
    Got Orbot & Orweb running. Not sure if the configuration is correct but seems to be working. Orweb will be my default browser now. Thanks!

     

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  5. simonc76
    Jelly Bean Dec 2, 2014

    simonc76 , Dec 2, 2014 :
    It is a bit complicated Google it to find out more about the settings, you can make it ultra secure.
     

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  6. Derfomiundz Ivy
    Gingerbread Dec 2, 2014


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  7. deejay01
    KitKat Dec 2, 2014


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  8. henryimler
    Cupcake Dec 2, 2014

    henryimler , Dec 2, 2014 :
    Might consider Frost if we're talking about Android browsers.

    Privacy features
    • Ships with default DuckDuckGo as the search engine,
    • auto-clears everything on home/power, and
    • has password-protected vaults that are only accessible when you type in the password in a certain spot.
     

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  9. Iseek1
    KitKat Dec 2, 2014

    Iseek1 , Dec 2, 2014 :
    U R welcome, always happy to help.
     

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  10. stephenlotus
    KitKat Dec 2, 2014

  11. Iseek1
    KitKat Dec 2, 2014

    Iseek1 , Dec 2, 2014 :
    ....fully understand where u r comin from there, spent 25 yrs in wireless telecom , last 13 assisting and designing systems for first responders and border security traveling across borders with everyone welcoming me, 9-11 happens all the funding dries up and moves to US only and I move on to hazardous gas detection and life safety systems, and the first time I cross US Canada border and they ask what in the demo equipment case and I mention hazardous gas detectors, the US border guy practically screams "hazardous gas"....well, things got a bit crazy for a few moments there, so ya, fully understand....
     
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  12. pawangnayak
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 2, 2014

    pawangnayak , Dec 2, 2014 :
    I think CM browser is a good choice which has the option for incognito mode. What I liked is when browsing questionable ;) sites it automatically requested if I would like to use incognito mode. So I give this browser my "Thumbs Up"
     

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  13. go for.android13
    Jelly Bean Dec 2, 2014

    go for.android13 , Dec 2, 2014 :
    Honestly if your worried about big brother conspiracy then set up a multi point proxy and learn to become truly anonymous
     

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  14. Tricia24
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 2, 2014

    Tricia24 , Dec 2, 2014 :
    That's kind of cool, but again, it isn't about what sites I visit. In the previous example I provided, I highly doubt a biohazard technician certification website or a Government of Canada webpage about gun regulations would register as "questionable" in and of themselves.

    Oh wow, yeah. Also, I think I would enjoy participating in online forums discussing heavily politicized topics but have avoided it so far. Look what happens to people like Anita Sarkeesian for expressing completely benign opinions. An onslaught of rape threats, bomb threats, death threats, delivered to my personal email inbox from people who know my real name and possibly where I live? Maybe some of whom may be lunatic enough to follow through? No thanks. I want to ensure no personal info can be tracked down.

     

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  15. Iseek1
    KitKat Dec 2, 2014

    Iseek1 , Dec 2, 2014 :
    I could not agree with you more!
     

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  16. feluda
    Lollipop Dec 2, 2014

    feluda , Dec 2, 2014 :
    Incognito mode is only applicable for the local device. The websites you are visiting or the ISP or WAPs can still can keeps tabs on your activity.
     

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  17. Tricia24
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 2, 2014

    Tricia24 , Dec 2, 2014 :
    Yes that's what I'm starting to understand. Guess I framed my question wrong from the beginning (which explains lots of porn jokes). I'm looking for both incognito mode on my local device as well as true anonymous browsing. *Sigh* I keep editing/updating my original post; it's turning into a book. :rolleyes:

    Sounds good. This is what Tor does, correct? That's why I selected Orweb.

     

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  18. Majaz
    Cupcake Dec 2, 2014


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  19. Tricia24
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 2, 2014

    Tricia24 , Dec 2, 2014 :
    DuckDuckGo is also used by Orweb (Tor), and seems like a great search engine that doesn't watch everything you do like Google. Sometimes the search results suck though.

     

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  20. Derfomiundz Ivy
    Gingerbread Dec 2, 2014

    Derfomiundz Ivy , Dec 2, 2014 :
    Sadly, there is always a way to track our info, it goes for TOR too, I used TOR on my computer in the past, sadly there are ways to track it. But is good to take these precautions. Best way is not too connect to internet at all, live without new technology, filling papers, etc. Haha oh well :p
     

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