Bromite Browser

Bromite Browser

Web site: bromite.org
Category: Network
Subcategory: Web browsers
Platform: Android
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: JavaScript, Go, HTML
First release: 2017
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Bromite Browser – a Chromium fork with support for ad blocking and enhanced privacy. Bromite aims at providing a no-clutter browsing experience without privacy-invasive features and with the addition of a fast ad-blocking engine. Minimal UI changes are applied to help curbing the idea of “browser as an advertisement platform”.

Bromite is currently built for ARM, ARM64 and x86 and for the Android SDK versions 19 and 21; Bromite SystemWebView is provided as well (SDK21+). For every Bromite build you can always find a matching vanilla Chromium build which is used for example to verify which issues are specific to Bromite or not.

Features:
– customizable adblock filters via user-provided URL (see https://www.bromite.org/custom-filters)
– remove click-tracking and AMP from search results
– DNS-over-HTTPS support with any valid IETF DoH endpoint
– always-incognito mode
– disable all field trials permanently
– disable smart search by default, allow web search from incognito mode
– always-visible cookies, javascript and ads site settings
– remove Play integration binary blobs
– use CFI on all architectures except x86
– disable media router and remoting by default
– disable dynamic module loading
– show warnings for TLSv1.0/TLSv1.1 pages
– enable site-per-process isolation for all devices with memory > 1GB
– completely remove safe browsing and other privacy-unfriendly features
– proxy configuration page with PAC and custom proxy lists support
– settings to disable custom intents and clear session on exit
– flags to toggle anti-fingerprinting mitigations for canvas, audio, client rects, webGL and sensor APIs (see full list below for all the new flags)
– use frozen User-Agent to conceal real model and browser version
– privacy enhancement patches from Iridium, Inox patchset, Brave and ungoogled-chromium projects
– security enhancement patches from GrapheneOS project
– disable scroll-to-text-fragment
– reduced referer granularity
– block gateway attacks via websockets
– use 64-bit ABI for webview processes
– make all favicon requests on-demand (supercookie mitigation)
– enable all network isolation features
– ignore enterprise policies that disallow secure DNS
– ask permission to play protected media
– disable the DIAL repeating discovery

Tutanota

Tutanota Desktop

Web site: tutanota.com
Category: Network
Subcategory: Email Clients
Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows, Web client
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: C, JavaScript, HTML
First release: 2014
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Tutanota – a secure email service and client with built-in end-to-end encryption that enables you to communicate securely with anyone on all your devices.

The secure desktop clients with built-in encryption is available for Linux, Windows and Mac OS (mobile versions for Android and iOS are also available, as well as a web client). The Tutanota secure email service with automatic encryption has been published in March 2014. The Tutanota desktop clients enable you to use Tutanota directly from your computer without the need of a browser.

Cyberfox

Cyberfox

Web site: cyberfox.8pecxstudios.com
Category: Network
Subcategory: Web browsers
Platform: Linux, Windows
License: Freeware
Interface: GUI
Programing language: C++, HTML, JavaScript, Rust, XUL
First release: June 13, 2014 ?

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Cyberfox – a Mozilla-based Internet browser designed to take advantage of 64-bit architecture but a 32-bit version is also available. The application provides a higher memory performance when navigating your favorite pages.

Cyberfox is designed by 8pecxstudios, taking over where Mozilla left off, working to make a fast, stable & reliable 64bit web browser accessible to all. Cyberfox is powered by the Mozilla Firefox source code. Cyberfox ships with many customizable options allowing you to personalize your web browsing experience.

Features:
– Optimized for AMD CPU based architecture
– Uses own profile system
– Compatible with Firefox extensions
– Removed features (Telemetry, health-report, sponsored tiles & other components that collected information)
– Many new features built in.
– Choice between australis or classic style.

SeaMonkey

SeaMonkey Navigator

SeaMonkey E-mail    SeaMonkey Chatzilla    SeaMonkey Composer    SeaMonkey Address Book

Web site: www.seamonkey-project.org
Category: Network, Office
Subcategory: Web browsers, Email Clients, IRC Clients, HTML Editors
Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows
License: GPL, LGPL, MPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: C++, JavaScript, XUL, XBL
First release: January 30, 2006

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SeaMonkey – a community effort to develop the SeaMonkey all-in-one internet application suite. Such a software suite was previously made popular by Netscape and Mozilla, and the SeaMonkey project continues to develop and deliver high-quality updates as well as new features and improvements to this concept. Containing an Internet browser, email & newsgroup client, HTML editor, IRC chat and web development tools, SeaMonkey is sure to appeal to advanced users, web developers and corporate users.

SeaMonkey is built on the open source Mozilla Gecko engine, the same code which underlies the highly successful siblings Firefox and Thunderbird. SeaMonkey benefits from the cross-fertilization with these other projects, by gaining (and contributing) new features and the ongoing security updates which are a modern necessity. The Mozilla Foundation provides hosting and legal backing for the SeaMonkey Project.

SeaMonkey is the continuation of the former Mozilla Application Suite, based on the same source code, which itself grew out of Netscape Communicator and formed the base of Netscape 6 and Netscape 7.

The SeaMonkey all-in-one internet application suite is composed of:
– The Internet browser at the core of the SeaMonkey suite uses the same rendering engine and application platform as its sibling Mozilla Firefox, with popular features like tabbed browsing, feed detection, popup blocking, smart location bar, find as you type and a lot of other functionality for a smooth web experience.
– SeaMonkey Mail and Newsgroups client shares lots of code with Mozilla Thunderbird and features adaptive Junk mail filtering, tags and mail views, web feeds reading, tabbed messaging, multiple accounts, S/MIME, address books with LDAP support and is ready for both private and corporate use.
– An easy-to-use HTML Editor
– The ChatZilla IRC chat application
– Web development tools like a DOM Inspector and a JavaScript debugger
– SeaMonkey can be extended with numerous add-ons that provide additional functionality and customization for a complete Internet experience.