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    Quote Originally Posted by enf View Post
    Gave it a try nomeat...seems reasonable.

    Do you know how to turn off webrtc detection?

    No, but I can not see any WebRTC leaks in this test:
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomeat View Post
    No, but I can not see any WebRTC leaks in this test:
    hmmm....ipleak detects them. It does in Firefox too, but I turned them off in cfg.

    I'll look into it further.
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    I tried QupZilla but found that is also being superseded by Falkon which would be fine, except that they have no path for Linux yet. If Qupzilla is EOL I'm not too keen on spending too much effort on it even though I did find that it seems to be a vast improvement over FF.
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    Opera wow i saw when i do browser cross compatibility checks they release new version i just didnt think people actually use it. I wonder if its any good. For myself for "fast" browsing il run around on chrome with its ridiculous cache time, when i want to check something out properly Firefox is for now my go to. Its developer tools are better than that of Chrome, it is slower but im willing to pay that price i also find its emulation more accurate than that of chrome.

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