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Ghost Browsing: The Ultimate Guide to Becoming Invisible on the Web

To explore the web anonymously, avoiding leaving signs of your activity both on the computer and on the sites visited, it is essential to adopt strategies that mask our digital identity, our location and our online traces.


In today's digital age, being invisible on the web is a complex challenge. Every site you visit tends to collect information via trackers. These not only record the visit, indicating the country of origin and the specifications of the device used, but also monitor personal preferences, analyzing the browsing history and interactions on the site, as happens with search engines such as Google and social platforms such as Facebook .


When browsing online, there is also a risk that our connection could be intercepted, revealing the sites we visit and the information we share on the internet .


In this in-depth guide, we will explore various techniques to browse the Internet anonymously. These techniques, applied in a layered way, start from simple solutions to more complex ones, progressively increasing security and privacy during navigation. It is not necessary to implement all techniques, but complete adoption will guarantee unprecedented privacy.


Incognito mode


This is the basic method to leave no traces on your computer. Included in all major browsers, this feature prevents the saving of visit history, cookies and search data. Mozilla Firefox is the recommended browser for optimal incognito browsing, given its emphasis on privacy.


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Tor network


For further anonymous browsing, you can use the Tor network, a private network that offers anonymous and encrypted access. Tor operates as a VPN without a central entity, supported by the users themselves. Allows access to websites without revealing the IP or pages visited, but with limited connection speeds.


VPN (Virtual Private Network)


For a truly private and fast connection, using a VPN is ideal. This technology encrypts the PC connection, making it undetectable and allowing for spoofed location and a masked IP address.


Anonymous Operating System


Even with the use of incognito mode, Tor, or a VPN, the operating system can collect data. For total privacy, you can use anonymous Linux distributions, bootable from a USB stick, which leave no traces on the installed system.


Fictional Credentials


To access sites that require an account without leaving a trace, you can use fake identities. This allows you to browse and access sites while keeping your true identity hidden.


Conclusion


 Those seeking effective protection of their online privacy should take a multi-layered approach, combining different techniques to mask the your identity and make your online activity unrecognizable and uninterceptable. This involves using a Linux operating system from a USB stick, installing a secure browser like Tor Browser, and adding VPN protection for complete encryption.





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