In today's World Privacy and Data Security is a big question. There is a lot of companies, Secret Services, Countries (Governments) & Cyber Criminals are now want to steeling your Private Data. That’s why they Investing in Hackings.
Now a lot of websites are now storing your data after collecting through cookies and other tracking methods they steels like Emails, Contacts, Cards Pins, Banking Details, and your Search Preference.
But important things are that people are using most fast & reliable browsers like Chrome, Opera, Edge an Internet Explorer but these browser are not safe for your data and safety.
1. Tor Browser
Tor Browser is most secure browser for anonymous communication or Web browsing on this planet. Tor Browser aims to protect a user’s location, browser history, personal data, and online messages from any person or bot that’s performing network traffic analysis. Tor Browser uses a distributed network to anonymize your IP addresses. A cons of this browser is that this browser is not compatible or reliable as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.
2. Epic Browser
Epic Browser is also most secure because it uses a private VPN, or virtual private network (which servers are located in 08 countries). Epic Browser claims that they blocked 600+ trackers with browser in a normal session. Epic blocks all ads, trackers, saved sessions and hide your IP address to ensure that your activity on the web is secure and anonymous.For example, it doesn’t save your history, there’s no DNS pre-fetching, it doesn’t allow third-party cookies, there are no web or DNS caches, and there’s no auto fill feature.When you close your session, the browser automatically deletes any associated databases, preferences, pepper data, and cookies from Flash and Silverlight.
3. SRWare Iron
If you’re a Google Chrome user, SRWare Iron will be very much familiar to Chrome. It’s based on the open-source Chromium project so a lot of the on-screen visuals look very similar to Chrome.The main difference between Chrome and SRWare Iron is data protection. Experts have criticized Chrome for its reliance on a “Unique User ID”; every time you start a session, Google is alerted to your data usage.>SRWare strips out the usage of an ID along with other Chrome privacy concerns such as search suggestions.
4. Comodo Dragon Browser
Comodo doesn’t come close to Tor Browser, but it does have some built-in tools that’ll make browsing the web a safer experience.It’ll automatically block all tracking, cookies, and web spies, it comes with built-in domain validation technology that’ll instantly segregate strong and weak SSL certificates, and it uses the Comodo anti-virus suite to protect you from malware, viruses, and other attack vectors.
DuckDuckGo most popular & secure search engine which is also available on Chrome add-on never saves your browser history. It also blocks cookies and trackers, and ensures that your searches are never saved or sold to third parties. Because the site doesn't use trackers, it is not attached to your browsing session either. When you visit other sites, your data is never saved or tracked after you leave the site. Unlike the safe mode in other browsers (which doesn't track searches locally but does track them in the cloud), DuckDuckGo doesn't track anything, making it more secure.
A secure search engine that also has a "green computing" angle, Ecosia adds extra security, because it does not sell your search results to third parties or use trackers to determine which sites you visit. For every search, you help plant a tree somewhere in the world. Each week, search traffic for users is anonymized, which means it isn't saved or tracked. Another bonus is that since searches are not tracked, the sites you visit cannot identify how you arrived there. It's a little more peace of mind, at least for web searches.