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by r004 » 18 Feb 2015, 09:51
There are a couple of security enhanced chromium out there. and each of them closed source implemented their own features in to it.
Well I am currently building a security enhanced chromium for a amd64 linux and have these questions? the end result should be a browser that doesn't send or track anything to google itself and also provides most of available security option out there.
- What is the list of options to be enabled and how? does it involve patching the source code or something else? (provide the full list of options if possible)
- How to add Flash with the sandbox feature.
- adding some plugins in to the end result or letting it to use google chrome's extensions and plugins.
- How could I add some google chrome extensions to the end result. Do google chrome extensions send tracking and other material data to google too?
- How to add ca-certificates or similar option for web sites certificate checks?
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by Slaxmax » 22 Feb 2015, 04:11
Almost all plugins tracking your location and other data.
If you want to have "security" best way TOR BROWSER.
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by tome » 22 Feb 2015, 10:44
How to add Flash with the sandbox feature
- for example see: https://igurublog.wordpress.com/downloa ... t-sandfox/
How to add ca-certificates or similar option for web sites certificate checks?
- there is somewhere on the forum similar thread - search.
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by blue4meridian » 24 Feb 2015, 07:33
A nice combo would be Iron browser and Vidalia.
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by wread » 17 Mar 2015, 21:41
They have Vidalia discontinued. There is only Tor bundle now!
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