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We’ve released version 2.1.1.7 of Ghost Browser and have a couple of updates in particular that we would like to point out. First, we’ve re-worked how we switch your browser from one Workspace to another to create a faster and smoother switching experience. You will now be – and feel – even more productive when…

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We are very happy to announce that we have completely changed our e-commerce platform, and as a result, are going to be able to say ‘yes, we can do that’ to our customers a lot more than in the past. That’s a relief for all of us. Details are below, but first, if you recently…

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We’re releasing a major update today that includes a lot of great new features. Here’s a summary: Tasks Become Workspaces Tasks were devised to give you a way to associate tabs to something you have to do, then check it off when it is done. Turns out not enough people were using Tasks in that…

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Do you ever feel like your browser is working against you? Whether it’s constantly having to log in and out or having so many tabs open that you can’t even tell which is which, can mean it’s a real struggle to get the browser to do what you want it to. It takes 23 minutes…

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The term, “20-20” usually refers to perfect vision. But version 2.0.2.0 of Ghost Browser ironically means the opposite. From this version on, we’ve implemented some advanced privacy features that are intended to cloud the vision of people that might be trying to track you. Cookies and IP addresses have been used to track your usage…

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Today we are releasing the beta version of a feature called Identities. Identities are an evolution of Sessions and will live along side them. While Sessions are not going anywhere, we think that most users will find Identities to be their new ‘go to’ for managing multiple accounts. How to Use It To get started…

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You can be identified through various methods that use the fonts in your browser to create a unique identity or fingerprint. This allows you to be tracked over time in the same browser. One method is similar to Canvas fingerprinting where a web site will render a font in your browser then use the rendering…

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Canvas fingerprinting is a common method used to identify you when browsing the web. This method works by using HTML5 and JavaScript to draw a picture. You can’t see this picture. But once your browser renders it, the binary code used to generate the pixels creates a digital signature that is completely or largely different…

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WebRTC is a technology that is used to deliver communication capabilities such as video chat, screen sharing and some other really cool stuff. But in order to do that well, it also digs into your system internals to pull and reveal your actual IP address, even if you are using a proxy or a VPN.…

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