The only way to prevent any misuse of the data is to prevent it being collected in the first place. Privacy Browser has two main purposes.
1. Minimize data sent over the Internet
2. Minimize data stored on the device.
Conversely, sensitive features are disabled by default in Privacy Browser. If any of these technologies is necessary for a website to function properly, the user can choose to activate it only for one visit. They can also use domain settings to automatically turn on certain features when they arrive at a specific website and turn them off again when they leave.
Privacy Browser currently uses Android’s built-in WebView for rendering web pages. As such, it works best when the latest version of WebView is installed (see https://www.stoutner.com/privacy-browser/common-settings/webview/). In the 4.x series, Privacy Browser will switch to a version of Android’s WebView called Privacy WebView, which will enable advanced privacy features.
Disclaimer: Android KitKat (version 4.4.x, API 19) provides an older version of OpenSSL, vulnerable to Man In The Middle (MITM) attacks when browsing websites using outdated protocol and cipher suites. More information on this issue is available at https://www.stoutner.com/kitkat-security-problems/.
Privacy Browser Features:
• Integrated EasyList ad blocking. • Tor Orbot proxy support. • SSL certificate pinning. • Import/export of settings and bookmarks.
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