Browser for anonymous networking linux

Since habré week anonymous networks...

To use anonymous networks, etc. need browser. To use the browser installed in the system is not entirely correct, as it stores the cache and personal settings in the home folder of the user. And it is not very convenient, mainly when the browser start to glow links of anonymous networks. Cleaned every time the history or use incognito mode is a bad option in my opinion. And rebuild the proxy settings every time is not very convenient.

Of course, you can create profiles in the browser, but again we must not forget to switch between them (at the next run will start last used profile).

Have Tor and it also comes with its own version of the browser (old Firefox), but when using i2p, for example, the problem important.

So far the only solution that came to mind:

./chromium --user-data-dir=./profiles --disk-cache-dir=./tmp --proxy-server=http://localhost:4444

And how do you deal with this problem?
October 3rd 19 at 04:09
3 answers
October 3rd 19 at 04:11
Solution
Why portable?
I if necessary, start the web browser using sudo from another, specially created user.
Pros:
+ fast and simple configuration
+ the browser does not have access to your personal files and settings (with a correct configuration of rights)
+ very easy and/or destruction of all information
Cons:
— works in the same x that the rest of the app ( and therefore the browser can see the interface of other applications and simulate user actions with it )
Hmm... Interesting idea... Thank you, even as it is not thought in this direction... today will Need to try this option. - brock_Labadie commented on October 3rd 19 at 04:14
October 3rd 19 at 04:13
Solution
qubes-os.org/trac

You are here.
Too complicated for such a simple task :) But thanks anyway :) - brock_Labadie commented on October 3rd 19 at 04:16
October 3rd 19 at 04:15
AgentSIB Rights. The simplest is to put truecrypt, for example, to create a container on the floor of the gig and there to fill in chronium from which to make portable. And Your question is solved. All Osipovna, Browser Your favorites and history and cache and autocomplete works.
It remains to make some sort of portable. No matter what browser (although ideally I would like chromium or firefox). But this can be achieved by compiling from source with possible changes in the source code. And not very much like. Here and looking for possible solutions for the least path of resistance. - brock_Labadie commented on October 3rd 19 at 04:18

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