Browser Safety

The Browser Safety category combines various tools to protect you when using the web and ensure your use is as private as possible.

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The Browser Safety category combines various tools to protect you when using the web and ensure your use is as private as possible.

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Avira Browser Safety

Avira Browser Safety protects you from malicious websites & invisible trackers. It blocks annoying and infected ads, stops malicious & phishing websites, prevents companies from tracking you, prevents browser hijackings, and more.
Free Tool,Open Source

uBlock

uBlock Origin is an open-source, cross-platform browser extension for content filtering—primarily aimed at neutralizing privacy invasion in an efficient, user-friendly method.
Free Tool

Privacy Badger

Privacy Badger is an extension that automatically learns to block invisible trackers. Instead of keeping lists of what to block, Privacy Badger automatically discovers trackers based on their behavior.
Free Tool,Open Source

LibRedirect

LibRedirect is an open source browser extension designed to redirect the loading of popular destinations on the Internet like YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram automatically to privacy-friendly frontends and backends websites.
Free Tool,Open Source

xBrowserSync

xBrowserSync is an open-source tool for syncing your bookmarks and browser data between your desktop browsers. It respects your privacy and gives you complete anonymity: no sign-up is required, and no personal data is ever collected.
Free Tool

Decentraleyes

Decentraleyes is a browser extension that emulates Content Delivery Networks (CDN) locally by intercepting requests and injecting them into the environment.

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Open Source: an open-source tool is often completely free, but some exceptions are offered as a freemium.

Free Tool: a tool offered for free in its full version with all features and no limitations.

Freemium Tool: a tool offered for free with some limitations (limited features, limited support, limited usage, etc.).

Free to Try: the full version of the tool for a brief period to test it before purchase (Free trial).

Free Micro Tool: a free simple tool that performs a basic and specific task. For example, a meme generator or word counter.

Free Resource: these could be free courses, graphic assets, templates, directories, or anything else free and useful.

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