Browser Plugs Privacy Firewall for Google Chrome has many exclusive privacy features developed just for this extension. This is the first extension to offer WebGL Video Card Spoofing. If you don't like advanced options, there are 4 easy to use profiles that you can switch between low and maximum protection. Easy access to removing or adding websites to the whitelist.
What you can currently SPOOF with this extension:
- Spoof WebGL Video Card and properties
- Spoof Installed Font Whitelist
- Spoof Battery percent and status
- Spoof ClientRects values
- Spoof Generated Fingerprint Hash
- Spoof Amount of Installed Memory
- Spoof Number of CPU Processor Cores
- Spoof Network API (Rtt, Bandwidth, Type)
- Spoof screen resolution
- Spoof language and platform
- Spoof performance timers
- Spoof header language, user-agent, referrer
What you can currently BLOCK with this extension:
- Block Page Visibility detection (Improved!)
- Block Local IP address in WebRTC
- Block Real IP address in WebRTC (VPN Users)
- Block detecting Plugins (3 options)
- Block WebGL and WebGL 2
- Block AudioAPI
- Block detecting Media Devices
- Block IFrames created by CreateElement or Eval
- Block Opening or Sending XMRHttpRequest
- Block Canvas DataURL functions
- Block Content Security Policy and X-Frame Options
What else you can currently do with this extension:
- Replace restrictive Alert Messages with safe alternative
- Ignore and fix all possible website errors
- Improve protection during suspected fingerprinting
- Improve or modify CSS styles on browser and website
- Prevent websites from blocking your context menu
- Prevent websites from modifying copy or paste
- Detailed console log (XHR data, developer logs, etc.)
There are also quick one-click buttons for:
- One-click enable right-click
- One-click WebRTC Public IP only
- One-click Clear Cache and Reload Tab
- One-click Stop Loading Page
- One-click view page source code
- One-click delete tab cookies
People looking for extensions like this one can often identify opportunities that would be helpful to developers looking to strengthen their privacy capabilities. So please to give me your feedback. I would love your insight on what needs improvement and new features you would like to see.
At least through different approaches, combining proven techniques that everybody can benefit from, and developing the latest experimental tools for people finding it hard to keep up with the very creative ways of online danger.
There is still a lot of research to be done in general into policies and qualities of effective security and privacy practices.
To-do in the next version:
New fingerprint profile button to generate a new static profile for your session or as long as you want, plus improvements on reliability and how the pages are modified, and a blacklist and redlist option to block or add extreme additional protections and limitations and modifications to suspicious websites and tracking services. Plus, automatic improved defense is planned for when enough fingerprinting features are detected, to either cut the script off from more communication or start overwriting the values in real-time. Give me your ideas and I'll get it into the next version too!
Recent updates for Browser Plugs:
Version 2.4.0 (July 30, 2018) Huge update to the framework and background processes of Browser Plugs. The icon is a lot smarter is a lot more useful, with powerful new dynamic processing and helpful icon.
Version 2.3.0 (July 30, 2018) Compatibility improvements. New protection available for 'Page Visibility' to block detection of switching tabs and windows. Plus 3 new CSS options added.
Version 2.2.7 (July 28, 2018) Performance improvements.
Version 2.2.3 - 2.2.6 (July 27, 2018) Added WebGL Video Card spoofing, improved stop loading button, added header spoofing to help people not using Windows 10 or English chrome.
Version 2.2.2 (July 26, 2018) Officially the world's first extension to spoof video card model from WebGL.
Version 2.2.0 (July 25, 2018) Now easily switch between 4 different privacy profiles (Light, Normal, High, and Max).