Discussion in 'Security, Privacy & Anonymity' started by msl3862, May 9, 2018.

  1. msl3862

    msl3862 Member Supporter

    A new source currently being vetted mentioned they use FraudFox as part of their security measures. I had never heard of this technology. Although I have a rudimentary knowledge of browser fingerprinting, the FraudFox website's explanation of how their service works is a bit beyond my skill set.

    I won't post a link to their website but it is the first search result that DuckDuckGo retrieves.

    Is FraudFox somehow better than using a TOR browser? I understand both need to be used in conjunction with a VPN without DNS leakage.

    Thanks for any feedback from members skilled in cyber-security.