Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Mr.X, Jan 30, 2018.
Chrome 63, Android 8
Interesting. When I enabled that in Vivaldi I got this. only 3 vs 7 warnings without it.
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.
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?
Latest Microsoft Edge 41.16299.15.0
Version 64.0.3282.119 (Official Build) (64-bit) google chrome on linux lite 64bit
My Firefox results:
I would not blindly trust these numbers....
I don't trust any of these so called security tests
The results change continuously...........
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...
my results with latest FIREFOX 52.6.0 ESR portable edition (from portableapps.com) and Win 8.1:
Here is mine - using SlimJet. Still trying to interpret it.
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.
Test results with "Brave".
Test results with "Cliqz".
Test results for "secure browser".
Well with my current browser, the test couldn't even run. Thanks to No script, with all defaults blocked
Pete, i know i know, it was paralyzed so i open js script TEMP ONLY in NoScript and the testings began.
No biggie really.
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
Well, Chrome it is until Firefox does better at this.
Defense in depth?
That test is a poor basis to make that decision. Put Noscript on firefox and the test can't even run
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.
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.
in Pale Moon browser.
True, but Noscript is too high maintenance for me.
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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