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Brave is remotely injecting HTTP ad headers https://laptop-updates.brave.com/promo/custom-headers
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imagine using brave
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No amount of damage control is going to help here, kek.
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Just use Brave, they said.
Respects your privacy, they said.
M-MUH SJWZILLA, they cried.

If you aren't using any of these:
>GNU IceCat
>Firefox + Librefox
>Ungoogled Chromium
you might as well kill yourself
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im a normie and use brave mobile and Desktop. what does that mean (without exaggerating)?
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>>69748617
It means that the browser that promised privacy is injecting HTTP header X-Brave-Partner to your requests so certain websites you visit can easily identify you. It's a breach of trust.
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yikes
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>>69748574
>Respects your privacy, they said.
Only a couple of brave shills actually spread fake news about Brave giving a fuck about privacy. It never did.

>>69748673
>browser that promised privacy
They never promised privacy, you fucking idiot. Brave shills are the ones who promised privacy. Brave devs only said they want to change ad monetization and slightly improve the default security of chromium.

Pasta:
Fingerprint protection doesn't work at all. Your Canvas, screen size, plugins (as of Chromium), time zone, WebGL fingerprint (as of Chromium), OS/Platform are revealed and the user agent isn't spoofed.

Tor tabs lack any additional anti-fingerprint methods, making them completely useless as your privacy is trivial to breach. You can be effortlessly uniquely identified and tracked.

The Brave adblocker is trash compared to uBlock Origin. The performance is difference is massive if you enable any additional block lists in Brave's blocker. Which you have to because Brave's adblocker is not only inefficient, but also lacks a ton of filters by default and a lot of ads will still be displayed. uBlock Origin blocks domains instead of just hiding ads, plus it has a script blocker and an element picker.

(((PIA))) partnership.
Has (had?) proprietary addons.
Google is the default search engine.

Chromium build has a terrible UI (especially settings UI) and is missing gestures like long press on new tab to choose to open a private/tor tab.
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>>69748774
well I don't use that piece of shit anyway, but thanks for the wall of text I guess
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BRAVE TODDLERS BTFO
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I hope no one took Brave shills seriously.

Never use a Blink engine browser.
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Im still going to use Brave because it is simply the best browser
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BRAVITCHES BTFO BY THEIR OWN DEVS
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>>69748437
Honestly, not surprised.
I saw this coming the second they started shilling their BAT shitcoin.
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>>69748774
how to tweak firefox like that?
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>>69748774
>>69748774
I second that question, most of the custom settings makes the browser leak more entropy not less, at least according to panopticlick
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>>69749071
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>>69748774
nigger please
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>>69748437
Looks likes time to murder everybody and burn everything bringing about the next dark age humanity deserves.
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Is this on by default? I don't use bravebotnet, just wondering.

>>69748574
>Ungoogled Chromium
Indeed, firecuck shills can kys.

>>69749198
Anytime blockchain/cryptocoin is involved at all, its bad to me. That's what makes me weary of librem phone, muh native botnet.
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I guess Brave were lion to us when they spoke of privacy.
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>>69749324
yeah buddy, way to go.. just not today tho, right? One more fap afternoon and we are doin it
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Why would anyone use it in the first place? Fucking retards.
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>>69749257
enable resistFingerprinting and disable webgl. Do not resize the browser window ever. If you watch videos inside your browser instantly stop that and use mpv+youtube dl
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what about Vivaldi?
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nobody with half a brain ever thought Brave was a solution to privacy or ads

having said that /g/ was caught completely off guard by this news
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>>69749356
>>69749356
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>>69749481
how to make palemoon do that?
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>>69749481
Librefox forces resistFingerprinting and it still shows up as unique fingerprint in panopticlick
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>>69748574
> Ungoogled Chromium patches applied to a QtWebEngine-based browser
Feels good man
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>>69749637
I'm no expert, but it probably applies "privacy enhancing" tweaks that make your browser stand out even more.
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>>69749481
>Do not resize the browser window ever.
Kind of obnoxious that this aspect of resistFingerprinting doesn't get along well with the use of a sidebar (i.e Tree Style Tabs). Is there a way around this, knowing that manually resizing the window until I get exactly that 1000x1000 content window is basically impossible?
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>>69749664
yeah, I suspect so
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>>69749481
Are you the anti-tracking guy from the recent v3 Google Captcha thread?
Also is there a trick to hiding your system fonts?
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>>69748437
>Made by a jew who was caught selling people's data in the past

IMAGINE MY SHOCK
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>>69749698
It's not so much hiding as much as offering a really average set of fonts. With that being said, I have no idea on how to do it.
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>>69749846
Already found the mistake. Under advanced font settings I allowed websites to choose their own fonts. After disabling this option it now only shows Windings 2+3 as available system fonts, just like in your Tor/FF example.
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>>69748574
Based and redpilled
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>>69748437
nice botnet
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>>69749474
>Why would anyone use it in the first place?

Because on Android, Chrome can't block ads and Firefox is slow as fuck.
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>>69748437
Goddamit I use Brave on android. Back to Chrome again then.
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>>69748774
>The Brave adblocker is trash compared to uBlock Origin. The performance is difference is massive
Do you have numbers. And do you mean the raw lookup into the block list or the effect on browsing experience? I'm going off of https://github.com/qutebrowser/qutebrowser/issues/29#issuecomment-460024217 and since brave adblock is compiled and ubo is in JS I'm sure your input on performance would be appreciated.
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>>69748437
>>69748536
>>69748673
>It means that the browser that promised privacy is injecting HTTP header X-Brave-Partner to your requests so certain websites you visit can easily identify you. It's a breach of trust.
But how and on which websites specifically? Is it with or without BAT being enabled? Not everyone understands:
>[{"domains":["coinbase.com","api.coinbase.com"],"headers":{"X-Brave-Partner":"coinbase"},"cookieNames":[],"expiration":31536000000},{"domains":["marketwatch.com","barrons.com"],"headers":{"X-Brave-Partner":"dowjones"},"cookieNames":[],"expiration":31536000000},{"domains":["townsquareblogs.com","tasteofcountry.com","ultimateclassicrock.com","xxlmag.com","popcrush.com"],"headers":{"X-Brave-Partner":"townsquare"},"cookieNames":[],"expiration":31536000000},{"domains":["cheddar.com"],"headers":{"X-Brave-Partner":"cheddar"},"cookieNames":[],"expiration":31536000000}]
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>>69750277
the list of domains on which it does that varies, right now is the one you've pasted. I don't know if BAT affects it, doesn't seem to from glancing at the code
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>>69750277
as for how, the browser caches the mapping from the address I pasted and if it matches the domain it automatically adds the header to HTTP request
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>>69750197
top pleb. root+adaway master race
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>>69749257
>>69749287
1. about:preferences#privacy
-Choose what to block
--All Detected Trackers (disable) [keep DNT header disabled, you'll use uBO anyway]
--Third-Party Cookies (enable), set to All
2. about:preferences#general
-Language and Appearance
--Fonts and Colours
---Advanced
----Allow pages to choose their own fonts (disable)
3. about:config
privacy.resistFingerprinting > true
webgl.disabled > false
privacy.firstparty.isolate > true
4. about:addons
install "uBlock Origin"
install "user-agent switcher" (optional)
5. user-agent switcher
set your user agent to "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/60.0"
6. Set your current resolution to 1000x700.

uBlock Origin is optional and shouldn't affect panopticlick results. But it's recommended since DNT does affect them and Tor Browser has it disabled.
1000x700 is the Tor Browser resolution so you need it to mimic TB. It's optional though since if you're outside of Tor your resolution is irrelevant as you're fingerprinted through your IP anyways. Same applies to user-agent switcher as default anti-fingerprinting masks you as a generic Firefox ESR user anyways, and picking windows as an OS just helps you blend in with Tor.
I'd still recommend setting your browser resolution to a constant 1000x700 if your screen resolution is below 900p. If you're on 1600x900 or 1080p then set it to 1366x768. Hiding your actual monitor resolution is important, but not a reason to kill your browser screen size completely since you're not on Tor anyways. Just don't maximize the window since your panel size actually affects the window size and could help fingerprinting.
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>>69749530
What about it? It's closed source, proprietary bullshit. Who knows what it's doing.
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https://www.toptenreviews.com/software/internet/best-internet-browser-software/
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>>69750197
But Samsung Browser can
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>>69750800
>imagine living like this outside of Tor
>imagine not just blocking javascript on Tor so you can resize as you please
Seriously though outside of blocking trackers and third party cookies all the meme you guys go through to avoid fingerprinting makes no sense as pointed out yourself
YOU'RE BEING TRACKED BY YOUR IP
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>>69748437
>implying this is some huge news that will out Brave as sketchy and ad-whoring
we knew from the beginning this PoS was built to inject ads and replace ones already on sites you visit. simple solution: don't use it, don't give it PR, and carry on as usual
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>>69748574
Based
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>>69751074
Underrated
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>>69748536
Welp. What Android browser do I use now
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>>69748437
https://twitter.com/BrendanEich/status/1094766068554379265
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imagine using anything but ff
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>>69749481
>enable resistFingerprinting
and then you maximise the window
literally pointless because you're retards
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newsflash faggets - the ONLY way for anti fingerprinting to werk is for ALL of us to use the SAME user.js but then there's the static ip
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>>69750800
thank you based anon
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https://www.reddit.com/r/privacy/comments/ap9149/brave_privacy_browser_has_a_backdoor_to_remotely/
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wow, a hyped up piece of "privacy" software that was in a bunch of news articles turns out to be dishonest and/or a state run operation

IMAGINE THAT
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>>69753828
Window size is a dumb meme. If I maximise firefox on my 1080p screen on windows, my firefox window size is going to be exactly the same as every other person running firefox on windows @ 1080p.

If you're running some exotic resolution, whatever.
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>>69755102
except if you have your taskbar smaller or you use another theme
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>>69750800
>5. user-agent switcher
>set your user agent to "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/60.0"
>6. Set your current resolution to 1000x700.
that's done by
>privacy.resistFingerprinting > true
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>>69750277
It doesn't matter whether you opted into BAT.
Eich needs a way to artificially push the. value of his shitcoin. Anyone thinking Brave would be used for anything but monetary gains is a retard
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>>69751210
>tracked by your ip
life's nice being inside the European Union
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>>69755102
If you enable resistFingerprinting then this is wrong. You will stand out heavily (check the values yourself). If you don't have resistFingerprinting enabled you lost anyway.

Especially on 1080p there is no need to maximize anyway. Most websites make better use of space at 1000x900. If you watch videos inside your browser you're a brainlet anyway.
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>>69753843
This is partly wrong. You are correct and this is the reason why people should stop using shit like Librefox, Icecat or pulling random user.js from online.

You are wrong if you just enable resistFingerprinting disable webgl and disallow fonts you are pretty much as non unique as possible as long as you keep FF either on ESR(preferable since lower entropy) or updated properly.
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>>69755320
you make no sense
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>>69748437
Cant we use this for firefox https://github.com/ghacksuserjs/ghacks-user.js
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>>69755382
If you check every single value it changes and then compare it to your fingerprint every single time then yes. Those user.js found online and Firefox forks often change behaviour which a website can guess. Your best bet is to make your own most minimalistic user.js possible.
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>>69755266
>It doesn't matter whether you opted into BAT.
Source? No one ever actually bothered to explain the steps necessary to reproduce these results.
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>>69755413
If you don't want to check yourself (shill) or if you can't check yourself (brainlet) you should not care about privacy. I guarantee you you are being tracked by a billion companies you have never even heard of.

Either accept you fell for a very bad meme or lie to yourself and stay with it just to make yourself feel better. Unironically you have better privacy using Chrome itself than Brave.
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>>69755436
>I guarantee you you are being tracked by a billion companies you have never even heard of
>Unironically you have better privacy using Chrome itself than Brave.
>you're being tracked bro
>recommends Chrome
For anyone not just shitposting, compare the results with Ungoogled-chromium. It's the same output, but with BAT disabled and with UBlock Origin, etc. Ungoogled-chromium is of course one version behind (v71).
https://manytools.org/http-html-text/http-request-headers/
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>>69755212
>privacy.resistFingerprinting > true
That sets it to 1000x900 for me.
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>>69755523
why would you make it uniq
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>>69748437
as soon as i saw youtubers advertising this I knew it was piece of shit.
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>>69755583
You can always trust jewtubers to do their part. Sort of.
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>>69748437
Brave is the most disgusting company I've ever seen in my entire life and I am dead serious, their entire product is made by another compnany and their entire marketing is built on bashing that company while hijacking their product and make it even worse when it comes to the very same marketing bashing points
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Firefox fucks up now and then with stupid shit but I still don't get why /g/ and other people shill Brave. It's definitly worse lol.
Is it literally just the "muh SJW muh Branden Eich!" angle?
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>>69753596
>>69748774
>>69748574
>>69748536
>>69748820
Literal brainlets btfo and don't know how to toggle the fingerprinting function on in settings to beat panoptic fingerprinting. You can also just spoof any other browser you want which is all the firefox anon is doing.

Imagine using a browser which literally installed extensions remotely on their users machines.
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>>69755470
>For anyone not just shitposting, compare the results with Ungoogled-chromium. It's the same output, but with BAT disabled and with UBlock Origin, etc. Ungoogled-chromium is of course one version behind (v71).
>https://manytools.org/http-html-text/http-request-headers/
So, no one actually cares to do anything other than talk out of their asses? Seems like business as usual on /g/ to me. But we sure got those muh jews, muh youtube, muh ad company bullshits in.
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>>69755629
Post your results.
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>>69755604
What are the benefits of using Firefox over Ungoogled Chromium, Brave or Vivaldi?

Firefox has been consistently getting worse over time and the SJW shit coupled with remotely forcefully installing extentions on users machines was unforgivable
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>>69755648
>consistently getting worse over time
How?
> the SJW shit
Who fucking cares?
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>>69755692
>ignoring the point about them remotely installing extentions
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>>69755696
They shut down the test pilot program in the meantime.
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>>69755212
It's not. It still tells when you're running Linux. Also doesn't affect your resolution.

>>69755629
Those ARE results with brave's """anti-fingerprinting""". It leaks your resolution, addons and a few other things. Can you not fucking read?
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>>69755711
irrelevant, trust is not gained by them going "our bad we wont do it again!", it wasnt an accident it was an intentional decision
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>>69748437
Guess that leaves just Bromite and Kiwi for chromium android browsers
and yes Kiwi is foss
https://github.com/kiwibrowser/android

I've been using brave cause it let me use searx, but now I'm disappointed
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>>69755720
>Also doesn't affect your resolution.
it does
>It's not. It still tells when you're running Linux.
it says linux esr
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>>69755720
different anon but brave randomises some values so it wont ever show as unique on that site despite not being identifiable also look at all this configuration you have to do to get firefox to pass and it includes permanently changing your browser resolution >>69750800

do you think you can't make chromium based browsers unique with similar changes/addons?
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>>69755747
see
>>69753596

this thread was nothing but falseflagging autism posters once again
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Literally a non-issue people don't understand once again, the fact Brave is completely open-source so people can see and question things like this should be evidence enough that it's above the big two already.

Must suck for the developers having to explain to brainlets everytime they see something they don't understand.
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>>69755761
Finally someone with a brain.
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>>69755748
>says linux esr
The point is Tor says windows on Firefox ESR.
>it does
It doesn't take sidebars into account. I always have those open so I never noticed it actually does try to set the resolution to 1000x700.

>>69755753
>do you think you can't make chromium based browsers unique with similar changes/addons?
This is irrelevant. Brave should do this by default. Read the fucking conversation they fail to make THEIR TOR TABS non-unique and hide their user's tabs and addons. This kills the whole point of using Tor tabs and makes them useless. And you can't install addons in their Tor profile.
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>>69751210
there are thousands of people with the same ip as mine
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>>69755203
>use 1000p on 1080p
>now you stand out even more
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>>69755957
The sites don't know what your screen size is. The browser tells them it's equal to the window size.
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>>69756028
there are more people with standard 1080, if you alter the size then you stand out more than they are
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>>69756055
not if all of them use the altered size like tbb does
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>>69756293
>if
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>>69748437
This has been known since day 1. They even used to advertise Brave as replacing "bad" ads with "safe" ads of their own.

Christ this board is retarded.
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>>69756433
>still shitposting about BAT every chacne you get even though everyone knows it's opt-in
>calling others retarded
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>>69756368
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvPnA7HS4n4
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Brave is a privacy-centric adware
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>>69757457
Nice meme reply. Keep them coming I guess.
>>69755784
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>>69755629
>panoptic fingerprinting
>call others brainlets
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fake news
Brave is the most repectuful browser for your privacy and security I also use DuckDuckGo
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>>69757485
Both >>69757457 and >>69755784 are useless posts.
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>trust (((blockchain developers))) to build a browser
>be surprised that they try every corner cutting scummy shit in the book
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>>69757621
>>69748774
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>>69757685
Brave = Chrome+adware
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>>69757712
This bullshit again... Another case of:
>Must suck for the developers having to explain to brainlets everytime they see something they don't understand.
And this wasn't even anything technical. He most likely turned BAT on without noticing and forgot to collect it before 90 days, hence the transfer occurred. And they've changed this behavior after that whole Twitter drama.
https://warosu.org/g/thread/S69503226#p69514677
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>>69757774
>an open source browser is based on a proprietary one
Good thing you added adware to this nonsense as well. The absolute state, etc.
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>>69757791
>0.01 BAT was deposited to your account
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>>69757801
>huuuur u shill bro
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>>69748437
I'm still gonna keep using Brave because its still less scummy than faggerfox and chromium but more useable than icecat, ungoogled chromium and whatever other tard browsers you use
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>>69757823
>its still less scummy than faggerfox and chromium
That's the thing, no one ever complains about telemetry in Firefox and developers have nothing to say about it. They just kept on piling it on and not in just one way. On the other hand, all other Chromium forks are at best one version behind.
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>>69757791
I know it feels hard to lose your job, but as a professional shill you will find lots of other companies to shill for here in /g/, have you applied to DuckDuckGo? they are aggressively active here too and always looking for influencers (aka professional shills)
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>>69757823
>muh privacy
>straight up lie
>less scummy
Install ungoogled-chromium.
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Sorry this is fake news I still use the Brave
Get lost Mozilla/google shills
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>>69748437
Well, that was brave of them
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>>69757839
>no one ever complains about telemetry in Firefox and developers have nothing to say about it
I see you've never been to FF's Bugzilla.
People usually start complaining and then some higher up explains how it was done to increase user privacy, make FF better, etc. and marks it as WONTFIX. /g/ like comments also get silenced rather quickly.
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>>69748437
Isn't brave browser supposed to give you money for ads? Or was that another browser?
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>>69758535
what ? i will watch ads for money sure which browser is it
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>>69758547
>>69758535
Quick google search reveals that's the case. 70% goes to user, 30% to brave developers.

>https://www.pcmag.com/news/366008/brave-browser-wants-to-pay-you-to-view-ads-but-theres-a-ca
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>>69758578
>>69758547
>>69758535
You get paid in their meme cryptocurrency but you can't sell it or use it other than to donate afaik.
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>>69758578
>forward their funds to their favorite websites
ok no thank you
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>>69758578
what the fuck were these scumbag thinking? most websites don't want that in the first place, they are stealing money from brainlets
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>>69758578
this is the definition of a scam
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>>69758578
you are no longer a product, you are their wage slave
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>>69758578
>>69758834
>>69759204
Brave Ads Roadmap
>Phase 1: User Ads
Our User Ads are available in this developer channel preview, and will be introduced as our first ad offering in our upcoming Brave 1.0 browser release. User ads are always opt in.
User Ads provide brands with direct opportunities to provide offers and engage with users as they browse the web.
Users receive 70% of the ad revenue for User Ads; Brave receives the remaining 30%.

>Phase 2: Publisher-integrated Ads
Later this year, we will introduce Publisher-integrated Ads. We will work in partnership with content providers, providing opportunities for Brave’s 28,000 Verified publishers and creators to feature private ads within their website or channels.
Publisher-integrated Ads will provide 70% of the revenue share to participating Verified publishers and content creators; 15% of the revenue share will go to users that view and engage with the Publisher-integrated Ads, and the remaining 15% of the revenue share will go to Brave.
As a guiding principle, Brave Ads will always provide the user with a revenue share greater than or equal to what Brave receives.
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>>69749607
Delete it and install a real browser
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>>69755648
Easily configurable and it doesn’t use blink
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>>69758521
I meant no one on /g/ complains.
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>>69758535
>>69758635
>>69758644
>>69758818
>>69758834
>>69759204
For (You) friends:
>>69756476
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>>69759350
a true privacy focused browser wont allow you to opt into ads. fuck off shill
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>>69753580
Kiwi
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>>69759375
>open kiwi for the first time
>see this
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>>69759364
Yeah and surely Firefox as a totally serious privacy focused alternative doesn't have anything similar at all, right?
https://www.ghacks.net/2018/09/21/mozilla-wants-to-estimate-firefoxs-telemetry-off-population/
https://dustri.org/b/mozilla-is-still-screwing-around-with-privacy-in-firefox.html
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>>69759707
who said its serious privacy focused alternative? only legit browser is ungoogled chromium
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>>69759790
>only legit browser is ungoogled chromium
Yeah, a browser which is often a few versions behind or doesn't at all compile on Linux is surely the only legit browser. Of all things to keep updated in this day and age, your browser should be one of the top priorities.
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>>69759323
You can't be serious. People constantly shit on FF (like they do with every browser).
>SJW
>forced extensions
>updates reverting about:config changes
>forced update checks
>new:tab fiasco
>getting rid of legacy extensions
>weird UI changes
>pocket
>about:telemetry
>RAM usage
>CPU usage
>supporting DRM
Those are popular topics /g/ complains about when discussing FF and that's only what I could think of off the top of my head.
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>>69759819
then with that conclusion there are no privacy focused browsers. you cant rlly call brave a privacy focused browser if it gives users the option to opt into watching ads for some unexistent meme currency where it takes "cut" off, cmon now also now this header injection thing.
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>>69748453
FPBP
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>>69759872
>you cant rlly call brave a privacy focused browser if it gives users the option to opt into watching ads for some unexistent meme currency where it takes "cut" off,
Jesus... Then don't fucking enable it then, okay? As you're not forced to anyway.
>cmon now also now this header injection thing
I see you're refusing to read the thread you're posting in too.
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>>69755761
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>>69759953
? its the same output because it injects headers only on requests to specific websites. the rest two post is just "autist false flag" with nothing else, complete shill behavior. the tweet and that reddit link the guy doesnt even explain why do they do it. just says they do it for "partners", yes for partners to easily identify you. the guy himself says its absurd for anyone to think they track. yes that browser maybe doesnt track but it makes their partners easy to track you. sell out and lost all trust in my eyes also shill detected
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>>69760033
>the tweet and that reddit link the guy doesnt even explain why do they do it. just says they do it for "partners", yes for partners to easily identify you. the guy himself says its absurd for anyone to think they track. yes that browser maybe doesnt track but it makes their partners easy to track you. sell out and lost all trust in my eyes also shill detected
I mean you can actually attempt to read what's been posted there, but I don't know, don't and keep ranting about nothing.
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>>69759819
>often a few versions behind
Current Chrome is 72.0.3626.97.
My ungoogled-chromium that's not even self-compiled is 72.0.3626.96.
>or doesn't at all compile on Linux
I ran Gentoo previously and built my own ungoogled-chromium all the time. Now I run Fedora and tried to compile it from an srpm once to see if it'd work at all, and it did.



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