ErzCrz

Level 4
Verified
These are always good. I'm still using chromium edge as I use WD as my pc protection but I am looking at Brave as a secondary browser but my UBO in medium mode does the additional protection for me. I am planning to move my email to Thunderbird. Windows Mail is lacking all the mail client features I need.
 

security123

Level 16
These are always good. I'm still using chromium edge as I use WD as my pc protection but I am looking at Brave as a secondary browser but my UBO in medium mode does the additional protection for me. I am planning to move my email to Thunderbird. Windows Mail is lacking all the mail client features I need.
You can stay with new edge. No need to switch to Brave. Combine that with Javascript internal control + AdGuard and you're 99% safe

Thunderbird is better for more features (like aliase and non-html mail), yeah
 

ErzCrz

Level 4
Verified
You can stay with new edge. No need to switch to Brave. Combine that with Javascript internal control + AdGuard and you're 99% safe

Thunderbird is better for more features (like aliase and non-html mail), yeah
Thanks :)

For clarification, you just mean to have Java disabled in Edge settings and then enable on per site basis? I don't use adguard as it's a paid for product but maybe with the next giveaway, I'll have a look.
 

security123

Level 16
When he gets to the part at ~ 9:00 min mark about having separate emails for different purposes and websites. I started tuning out about here. Maybe I'm just too lazy to switch email providers and all the work involved.
You don't need many providers. Just use email aliase.

Thanks :)

For clarification, you just mean to have Java disabled in Edge settings and then enable on per site basis? I don't use adguard as it's a paid for product but maybe with the next giveaway, I'll have a look.
JavaScript. Not Java. That's two different things and Java is even more insecure.
AdGuard is free for everyone if you use their DNS or extension.
You don't need the app as it even break your TLS
 
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