The browser is the most important tool nowadays. Accordingly, #Google and Co. has also made it their goal to contaminate the browser and the web pages in order to get all the nice, personal data from the users. Unfortunately, there are currently not many browsers that can be used in a privacy-friendly way. At least Firefox has become a lot faster again than it was before the switch to the Quantum Engine.
And I want to stay with #Firefox for the time being, even if browsers like Vivaldi are still ahead of Firefox in terms of speed for displaying a web page. Unfortunately, Mozilla is not exactly in its right mind either. For example, when implementing DoH, set up a #Cloudflare server by default? - That’s a real cold sore point. Fixed integration of Pocket? - No thanks! At least you can turn it off, even if only by the complicated way.
To make sure that Firefox also calls the websites for me in a privacy friendly way, I can recommend the following plugins from my point of view:
Well, Google search link fix is very, very rarely necessary for me because I rarely use their search engine. I prefer my searx installation at https://search.bka.li
For the usual further use I have:
I have tried several password managers, even Mozilla’s own, but I was only really convinced by #KeePassXC. Well, Bitwarden was not bad. He did some things right, but he also makes some mistakes. For example a shitty client on electron basis.
What do you use to be somewhat anonymous on the Internet?