I'm currently working with a team on a fully anonymous and secure web browser with which you can access any web site from any country even blocked ones. Thoughts, questions, concerns.
The next generation of browsers
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But mommy said no friends after 9?
oh another one
and btw no one cares (outside Cred Forums shill)
How does it work ?
lack of extension support means its impossible to make a browser that even comes close to competing/being on par with chrome + firefox.
Give up now.
Get firefox source code and find exploits.
Report them to mozilla.
By doing that you will acheive far more than just wasting ressources and time with another shitty webkit-based """secure""" browser.
simply said we are creating a a complex diversion allowing you to view blocked websites without the internet provider knowing. And it is not a VPN bullshit or proxies.
Full FLOSS and independent third party field tests, or else your browser is neither anonymous nor secure and it never will be.
will be very popular in the UAE for about 3 days until they block your download server and website.
if you popularize a way to install through an unblockable third party and macOS terminal/windows equiv you could have a market over there.
Snake oil then.
Delete your thread.
Unlike Firefox and other browsers we are switching the web packages with the blocked websites and thats how we load any site. Oversimplifying of course
wtf does that even mean?
when you load a page your browser is making a request to the server where the website is hosted. The server then sends web packages that your browser translates into the web site you see
Will never use it
no source code
this or just fork firefox. people will prefer extensions
we're making it a browser because by removing net neutrality sites that don't pay will have slower bandwidth. We are loading them through the packages of the sites with faster bandwidth