Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by AutoCascade, Jul 16, 2016.
I'm curious whether anyone uses this?
I haven't becaus I'm not running a Debian-base distro. But I doubt that I would:
1. Some privacy features are certainly useful, others are questionable. E.g., why is searching in the Omnibox disabled? If I choose another trustworthy search engine like ixquick or duckduckgo I want to be free to use this feature.
2. Privacy protection is good - but what about security? The latest version of ungoogled-chromium is 49.x from April 1st while Chromium is on v. 51 with many security fixes since then.
Conclusion: No, I wouldn't use it.
Thanks, it looks like a lot of work for little gained.
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