“Anyone who says they have the best of anything automatically sets themselves up for criticism and potential ridicule,” Jack D. Miller writes for Mac360. “That’s the nature of a free and open internet.”
“Another natural aspect of the internet is the loss of privacy and security,” Miller writes. “Every website we visit, use, or buy something from has the potential to take away some privacy, invade our security, steal passwords, and track everything we visit. So, what to do?”
“WhiteHat Security Labs’ Aviator browser for Mac and Windows is billed as ‘the world’s most secure and private browser,'” Miller writes. “Aviator employs a few tricks such as blocking advertising tracking using the clever Disconnect extension. Your local internal address is also blocked, which stops malicious website pages from hitting your browser (and by inverse extension, your router or firewall).”
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