BrowserAudit - How secure is your browser?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Mr.X, Jan 30, 2018.

  1. amico81

    amico81 Registered Member

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  2. sukarof

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    Interesting. When I enabled that in Vivaldi I got this. only 3 vs 7 warnings without it.

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  3. Gandalf_The_Grey

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    Latest Google Chrome 64.0.3282.119.
    Flags enabled: Future V8 VM features, Strict site isolation, Enable AppContainer Lockdown.
    Extensions: Nano Adblocker, Nano Defender, Netcraft Extension.
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    4 errors:
    Allow Script execution via <script> element with sandbox allow-scripts
    Block report received
    Block frame from same origin with ALLOW-FROM test.browseraudit.com
    Block frame from remote origin with ALLOW-FROM test.browseraudit.com

    Any ideas howto solve the remaining 4 errors?

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    10 errors.
     
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  4. The Red Moon

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    Screenshot_2018-01-31_22-03-02.png Version 64.0.3282.119 (Official Build) (64-bit) google chrome on linux lite 64bit
     
  5. Minimalist

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    My Firefox results:

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  6. The Red Moon

    The Red Moon Registered Member

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    I would not blindly trust these numbers....
     
  7. Peter2150

    Peter2150 Global Moderator

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    I don't trust any of these so called security tests
     
  8. Sampei Nihira

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    :thumb:

    The results change continuously...........
     
  9. Mr.X

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    I won't either cause I got the worst score in yellow points (warnings) and it's from my best and more tighten Chrome's profile... :rolleyes:
     
  10. ZMsiXone

    ZMsiXone Registered Member

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    my results with latest FIREFOX 52.6.0 ESR portable edition (from portableapps.com) and Win 8.1:

    Passed: 393
    Warning: 6
    Critical: 5
    Skipped: 0
     
  11. JohnBurns

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    Here is mine - using SlimJet. Still trying to interpret it. Screenshot (14).png
     
  12. EASTER

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    Mine is ugly but i only just installed PORTABLE FF Quantum 59.0.1 (64 Bit) an hour ago and hastily installed UBlock0-UMatrix-NoScript etc at pure default out-of-box settings just to get an idea where to begin. This specialty is way out of my element of knowledge anyway. (malware basher w/ security apps is the bread n butter here)

    But i like this deep test of nearly everything under the sun. I had no idea browsers were this much swiss cheese even with throwing on some Add-Ons.

    When there's time i'll sew up as many loose ends as humanly/manually possible for more acceptable results of course.

    But here is my knee jerk first results.

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  13. compleo

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    Test results with "Brave".

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    Test results with "Cliqz".

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  14. compleo

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    Test results for "secure browser".

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  15. Peter2150

    Peter2150 Global Moderator

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    Well with my current browser, the test couldn't even run. Thanks to No script, with all defaults blocked
     
  16. EASTER

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    Pete, i know i know, it was paralyzed so i open js script TEMP ONLY in NoScript and the testings began.

    It's a good way to catch up on the other potential slip ins i think they point to which need securing so yeah, you gotta let javascript start the thing anyway for the test to proceed.

    No biggie really.
     
  17. Peter2150

    Peter2150 Global Moderator

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    Point is when I have to weaken defenses to test defenses, there is a word for that. Can you guess? PS it's also been true of all the other so called tests
     
  18. xxJackxx

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    Well, Chrome it is until Firefox does better at this. :(
     
  19. reasonablePrivacy

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    Defense in depth?
     
  20. Peter2150

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    That test is a poor basis to make that decision. Put Noscript on firefox and the test can't even run
     
  21. Minimalist

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    Yes that's true, on tightly secured system most tests will fail. It's similar to testing AV against malware. If SRP (or anti-exe) is not disabled, an AV will have no chance to show it's magic.
     
  22. Mr.X

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    Chrome + uBlock Origin with inline/1st-party/3rd-party scripts disabled and 3rd-party frames disabled too:
    The page just opens and load but as soon I click on blue Test me button it won't work, test don't even run at all.
     
  23. KeyPer4Life

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    Test also won't run when using uBO extension and blocking scripts . JavaScript is enabled
    in Pale Moon browser.
     
  24. xxJackxx

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    True, but Noscript is too high maintenance for me.
     
  25. Peter2150

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    With the new version, once you work with it for a couple of days it's not near as bad as you think
     
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