I have seen the latest recommendation to use the Mullvad browser. This is good. However, I have a few questions. I know that adding/personalizing the browser usually refutes the reason why it exists because it makes the browser’s fingerprint more unique.
However, I have two questions. First, does this apply to the addition of Bitwarden? Since Bitwarden is recommended elsewhere on the site, it’s great for keeping your account safe and logged in. Another question is whether activating further included Ublock origin lists increases the fingerprint. Because I personally hate advertising passionately and prefer to enable all included ublock origin source lists.
Yeah, unfortunately making changes like that will virtually always be detectable. If the default experience doesn’t work for you, using Arkenfox is a good alternative that will probably be better suited for cases like this.
I’m working on a browser fingerprinting guide that will hopefully be able to provide more insight into this stuff in the future, for now the Arkenfox Wiki on GitHub is a good resource for learning about this kind of thing, albeit a bit technical at times.
Mullvad browser runs in an always private mode , So signing into websites is not going to be so useful for you.
So installing the extension on MB would also not be useful.
Its better to use another browser like firefox+arkenfox for logins.
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