My understanding is that Mullvad Browser is not suitable for logging into personal accounts and that it’s more for regular web surfing.
I don’t really understand the difference between hardened Firefox and Mullvad Browser and I don’t understand what are the side-effects of hardening Firefox, will it have compatibility issues for zoom meetings or other websites ?
Does Brave come will all hardened Firefox like settings by default ?
There is no such thing like hardened profile thats ready to be uploaded into browser and all set; every person has slightly different needs when it comes to privacy and everyone understands hardening differently.
Just to add to these comments, I use Firefox for work pretty much as you describe. I follow most of the recommended configurations (see @Valynor 's link) and don’t have issues, although I use Meet not Zoom.
You could just set up your browser and have a quick Zoom call to test. You can do this if you want to test Brave or Mullvad too. In other words, don’t wait until your important team meeting!
It’s probably more important to split your work and personal browsing, than be too worried about the privacy of your work-related browsing. Unless you work for the NSA!
If your logging in with personal accounts, Id use brave or firefox. Mullvad browser doesnt really seem intended for accounts mostly just daily browsing, and its to blend people in together so that would be kinda useless
You could also use brave or firefox for daily browsing.
You can keep it installed to use their email aliases, but I wouldn’t use it as a browser. On Android it’s a WebView based browser with all the downsides like no site isolation, barely any state partitioning and misses some permission control.
Yeah, they are my go-to search engine to avoid Google. Even if the results may not be perfect. My main reason for using the browser is for the duck alias addresses, so switching to something else won’t be too difficult of a change.