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Involves chrome://flags settings and command-line settings, I am not responsible if your browser explode into smithereens :D
  • Limited to TLS 1.2 and above, because why not? :)
  • Strict site isolation, top document isolation and AppContainer Lockdown is active
  • HTTP marked as actively dangerous
  • Reduced information in 'referer' header
  • Enforced strict extension content verification

Linux for Windows 10 is on and also installed with modified GnuPG 1.4 for 8192-bit RSA generation and other useful linux command line thingy.

This configuration involves a lot of beta application. Emulate this configuration at your own risk. I am not responsible if anything happen to your data and computer.

Let me know if you have any suggestion! Thanks!
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Better use smartscreen but i see

The option to enable it is disabled somehow and I couldn't figure out how to enable it. Already tried several registry editing but nothing works so far. SmartScreen is on for Microsoft Edge and Windows Store apps though.
Are you owning the admin account ?


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Very secure. But I would not use DNSCrypt resolvers so far away. The closer they are to where you live the fewer nodes they have to pass that are used by the NSA to collect data. :)
After further consideration about this, I'm switching primary resolver to d0wn's Resolver Singapore 01
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