Most secure browser on net now available for windows: The WhiteHat Aviator


Hello readers,

There are many browsers that are available on internet with some biggies like Firefox, Chrome, Opera and many. But real question comes that these browsers are secure or have less resources consumption?. Well everyone have their own reviews depending on the purprose for what they use it.

Well i am bringing a new and good news for windows users in this post. The well known and considered most secure browser is now availble for windows i.e. The WhiteHat Aviator. It was available for mac only previously.

With every website you visit, you’re vulnerable to malicious hackers out to steal your surfing history, passwords, email access, bank account numbers, medical info, and more. And the “big browsers” don’t do enough to stop it.

But now you can protect yourself before you go on the Web – with WhiteHat Aviator, the Web’s most secure and private browser. With WhiteHat Aviator, you get the industry’s best and tightest security and privacy safeguards – all built-in, all activated, all ready-to-go.

The WhiteHat Aviator Advantage

  • Go with a more complete solution. Make the most of a fully featured, modern, standards-compliant Web browser with complete private browsing. It also supports tens of thousands of extensions.
  • Use proven, open-source Chromium code. This is the same stable code base that Google uses—so you can add in any Chrome extension to WhiteHat Aviator;.
  • Take off with pre-set security. Just open WhiteHat Aviator for the best privacy and security safeguards—already preconfigured and active. Security is enabled by default.
  • Eliminate hidden tracking. Block privacy-destroying tracking from advertisers and social media companies using the Disconnect extension. No advertiser cookies, no caches, no problem.
  • Say goodbye to advertising . Unlike the big corporate browsers, we’re not partnering with advertisers or selling your click data.
  • Prevent unwanted access. Block internal address space to prevent malicious Web pages from hitting your websites, routers, and firewalls.


What makes WhiteHat Aviator so secure?

WhiteHat Aviator; is built on Chromium, the same open-source foundation used by Google Chrome. Chromium has several unique, powerful security features. One is a “sandbox” that prevents websites from stealing files off your computer or infecting it with viruses.

As good as Chromium is, we went much further to create the safest online experience possible.

WhiteHat Aviator comes ready-to-go with hardened security and privacy settings, giving hackers less to work with. And our browser downloads to you – without any hidden user-tracking functionality. Our default search engine is DuckDuckGo – not Google, which logs your activity. For good measure, Aviator integrates Disconnect – a crucial extension that blocks advertisements and much of the privacy-destroying tracking used across the Internet.

WhiteHat Aviator is the only browser that is immediately ready and preconfigured with activated defenses against the most dangerous hacker attacks using technology that blocks unwanted ads, pop-ups, and spyware.

What about Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari? Aren’t they secure?

Not really. While the browser vendors behind these products have been making steady security and privacy improvements to their products, they haven’t gone nearly far enough to address a number of serious gaps. This will continue to be the case because current mainstream Web browsers are first and foremost inherently designed for usability and advertising delivery. Personal security and privacy have been lesser considerations, and an effective alternative hasn’t been available.

Google (Chrome) and Microsoft (Internet Explorer) derive significant revenue from online advertising. Unfortunately, that online advertising is highly invasive because it essentially tracks you across the Internet. Even Mozilla (Firefox) receives the vast majority of its revenue from advertising (via Google). Implementing truly effective security and privacy would negatively impact their businesses.

Don’t just take our word for it, though. In the past, The Wall Street Journal and the US Federal Trade Commission have chastised Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Mozilla’s Firefox for these characteristics.


Well you can download the browser from their official website



One comment

  1. Not true anymore. Aviator allows you to set the default search engine, but when you open a new tab, the first search engine is google. i.e., they just sold out to google. To select your “default” duckduckgo, you have to menu down from google to duckduckgo every time. BIG Brother wins again.

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