Advanced Security & Privacy Settings

Ghost Browser includes advanced privacy and anti-fingerprinting (anti-tracking) technology that provides an extra layer of privacy and security for you and your accounts.

Some Notes About Our Privacy Features

It's important to remember that not all anti-fingerprinting methods are created equal. Some are much more effective than others due to their complexity and also due to the fact that some fingerprinting methods are more widely used by websites than others to track you. The anti-fingerprinting methods that we have in place in Ghost Browser combat the most commonly used methods that sites use to track you. So although we don't currently have protections against every possible fingerprinting method that exists, we are prioritizing releasing the more import methods first.

We are in the process of improving current anti-fingerprinting methods and broadening Ghost Browser's privacy protection functionality. 

Some Notes About Testing Our Privacy Features

If you are planning to test Ghost Browser's privacy features, we encourage you to use a reputable website like in your testing of our current privacy features. It's also important to note that certain websites like may not report accurately about Ghost Browser's privacy features. 

For example even  when WebRTC is Disabled in Ghost Browser reports it as being Enabled because they think you're using Chrome and Chrome doesn't have the ability to Disable WebRTC. So take your testing with a grain of salt and know that we've got you covered.

Below are links to a few blog posts on our website that dive into these specific technologies. Please let us know if you have any questions about these features.

For Up-To-Date Information on Privacy Features

Please click here to see all blog posts about privacy features in Ghost Browser. This will be the most up-to-date list of privacy features as we create new blog posts when new features are released.


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