Configed Firefox (89) with Adblock and privacy badger.https://browseraudit.com
>>81050414Google Chrome Version 89.0.4389.114 (Official Build) (64-bit)-uBlock Origin-Clickbait Remover for Youtube
Stop installing virus on my PC bro
>>81050634wtf a virus just flew over my house
Firefox with spoofed user-agent and security profile from ffprofile full maxxed. Literally blocks every single request outside of the actual website I'm on.
FF87 with a shit ton of privacy tweaks and addons.
>>81050753Oops forgot the screenshot.
>>81050727>>81050750do firefags really?
unmozilled trannyfox esr
>>81050414>https://browseraudit.comCan't even run the test. Do I win?
Safari on iPhone wins again
FF87 with no significant modifications (basic plugins and a few changed values in the config)>>81050800hahaa vituttaako :--)
FF87 with moderate config tweaks and uBlock.>>81050414>>81050695>>81050727>>81050750>>81050759>>81050770>>81050782>>81050870This shit seems to be inconsistent in the correlation between applied modifications and the score.
>>81050414The absolutely based brave is pretty good.
Chrome 89.0.4389.82+ uBlock Origin and a load of other extensions
Safari with AdGuard
>>81050414Chrome on my phone
What do I win? Seamonkey with ublock.
Kiwi + uBlock
>>81051362>This critical test executed in ≈39ms and failed for the following reason: The child iframe was unable to access the parent iframe's DOM.>This critical test executed in ≈48ms and failed for the following reason: The parent iframe was unable to access the child iframe's DOM.>This critical test executed in ≈39ms and failed for the following reason: The parent iframe was unable to access the child iframe's DOM.>This critical test executed in ≈38ms and failed for the following reason: The child iframe was unable to access the parent iframe's DOM.>This critical test executed in ≈37ms and failed for the following reason: The child iframe was unable to access the parent iframe's DOM.>This critical test executed in ≈40ms and failed for the following reason: The parent iframe was unable to access the child iframe's DOM.>This critical test executed in ≈39ms and failed for the following reason: The XMLHttpRequest request was not received by the server.>This critical test executed in ≈41ms and failed for the following reason: The XMLHttpRequest request was not received by the server.
>>81050414Firefox 78.9.0 ESRuBlock + noscriptabout:config tweakshttps://privacytools.io/browsers/#about_config
>>81050414That website is a complete meme and measures nothing related to actual browser security. >with Adblock and privacy badger.retarded setup, drop both and replace with uBlock Origin
>>81051428NoScript is garbage and the creator has done a lot of shady shit in the past, you can do better script blocking in uBlock Origin
Epiphany (Web) on elementary OS 5.1
>>81051184>>81050800Based SafariChads. I get 370/10/0/24 on M1 Mini.
>>81050414broken sitemy umatrix setup only permits 3rd party images
>>81051430This.Just browse in incognito mode you mongs.
Am I doing something wrong or the test?
>>81050414Brave. Got better results on Trannyfox though.
Firefox in my shitty job computerExpecting something worse
Doesn't work on lynx
>>81050414>https://browseraudit.comBrave. Mostly default security configuration. Only extensions are ublock origin and canvas fingerprint defender.Anti-Brave shills seething
>>81050414How did I do?Firefox ESR + ghacks.js + ublock origin + localcdn + temporary containers + clearURLs
>>81051695Naa you’re doing things right. The more crap you get warnings or critical on, the more you win.
Ungoogled Chromium with only Ublock Origin
>>81050414ff 87, ublock origin, privacy badger, https everywhere, brain.exe
>>81050414what the fuck is tis
I tell you now, that site has a lot of shit in there. Some tests point to browseraudit.org, which redirect to browseraudot.com lmao
>>81051428>>8105211678.8.0esr vanillaI have it sandboxed, but that shouldn't matter. Very confused why I am winning.
The venerable Free and Open Source Samsung Internet, with no extensions or modifications
>>81050414Nice website, OP.I'm not stupid.
Iridium + uBlock Origin
>>81052243Shut the fuck up retard
>>81050414Microsoft EdgeVersion 89.0.774.68 (Official build) (64-bit)-Ublock Origin
>>81052300List of so-called add-ons, proving I have none. >inb4 no adblocknever bothered as i rarely go to ad ridden sites, i mostly browse references and wikis>>81052243Theres a reason for that. It needs to test cross-site interaction for some of the security tests. Check the details.Those two sites are even mentioned in the details
>>81050414Palemoon chad reportan
remember to go into details and block everything that's considered 'dangerous' or 'critical', since most of it can be used to dox you (time zone) or allow external script execution on your browser.
>>81050414firefox + ublock + nanodefender idk some script on top of that
>>81050414Firecucks 87 with all autist I could go without making webs unusable.
Honestly pleasantly surprised.
Here's my phone browser (Brave), Ill prob do my Thinkpad (hardened firefox) and PC (both ungoogled chromium and hardend firefox) later today
>>81052524How? i click block and nothing happens.
firefox esr 78 + arkenfox customizedtest is very slow to complete
>>81052796What I was trying to say is that you should check what went wrong with the test, starting with the 'critical' errors.The 'non critical' warnings are very specific shit, you need to disable anything that could cause a vulnerability manually, check your browser flags.
firefox 87 with noscript, privacy badger, ublock origin
>>81052967privacy badger is redundant with ublock
obligatory autism posthttps://digdeeper.neocities.org/ghost/addons.html
Firefox 87 with some dumb shit disabled
FF87Add-ons:uBlock Origin, uMatrix, CanvasBlocker,ClearURLSCustom privacy oriented user prefs.I could harden it more but at that point it becomes a trade between privacy and usability.
firefox 87 with default ublock origin and ghostery
>>81053105Also nothing but ublock origin with default settings, forgot that
>>81053124ghostery is spyware
FF87 + ublock origin, privacy badger, decentraleyes, HTTPSeverywhere (placebo)
Some of the warnings are dumb. Why would I get a warning for BLOCKING this? Shouldn't that be a good thing? Like 6 of the warnings involved dealing with having things blocked
>>81053153this right here is the only security test that matters
>>81053419pretty much, also websites can know if you have js disabled or you're not watching their ads, giving them a more recognizable fingerprint.This is why you should always have an addon that messes with the fingerprinting.
>>81053419that's why medium mode ublock is usually the recommended setting, ie 3p script and frames blocked by default
>>81053503yes. if someone is that serious about being traced that they need to disable js, then they probably should be using tor, or better yet, tails/whonix.
>>81050414What do I win?
100% of these "failures" are because I was blocking something that it expected not to be blocked, or I was sending spoofed data when it expected no data.This test is dogshit.
Base firefox (whatever is the latest install on the website) and uBlock originAlso have bitwarden, BTTV, and impulse blocker but that's not important
>>81050414>>81052512>>81050695>>81050625>>81050727>>81050750>>81050759>>81050769>>81050770>>81050782>>81050800>>81050870Just be brave.
bow to me browserletsor better yet don't reply to me at all
>>81050414DDG browser on android
>>81050414FF87 with ublock
>>81053552>>81053493You are confusing security with privacy. >>81053419It's actually nifty for those times when I get redirected to a potentially malicious website.
>>81050414These are based on how fast your computer is not the browserIf I run the exact same thing on a worse machine itll get a worse result so what are you really bragging about
>>81050414didn't the eff get caught siphoning data out of privacy badger
>>81053493>This is why you should always have an addon that messes with the fingerprinting.which one do you recommend?
>>81054255no, i won't use this shit hole browser
>>81054613cope.i got very similar results on my PC and on my phone. An anon above got a good score on his iphone. Other anons out here getting critical errors on their PCs. Computer speed being the only factor makes no sense.
FF 86 on opensuse
Firefox 78.9.0 ESR + custom user.js + uBlock
>>81054255>using reskinned chrome with shitware preinstalledthe fuck is wrong with you faggot
Firefox 87am i good?
>>81054633I believe the issue is that the "AI" was leaking data making your fp highly unique so they disabled it. Either way it's garbage and not needed with ublock origin.
>>81054954jesus fucking christ dude,what browser is this?
>>81054989inspect element chan
>>81055062could be brave/chrome
>>81050414Firefox on my phone, it had one more warning on incognito
Brave on Android
If I need a chromium browser which is safest?
Firefox 87 with ublock in medium mode and custom user.js based on arkenfox. What do I win?
qutebrowser with jblock
>>81050414It starts saying preparing and then it doesn't do anything, i've waited 5 minutes
>>81052512>PalemoonYes, but slow
yall niggas weak