Tcll last edited by
This here is the reason I've been using Comodo Dragon and IceDragon.
how well alone does Opera protect you from:
- rouge web content (flash, JS, cookies, all meant to track and harm you)
- known bad web sites
Comodo Dragon and IceDragon protected you from most of these with (in order of the above list)
- comodo DNS
- built-in malware protection
Opera 12 seems to have had higher security standards than later builds.
for one, you had automated dialogs for cookies and was able to allow JS on various pages.
with the new chrome engine (which has lower security (I rate the lowest)),
I was expecting buttons at the end of the url bar which notified you if you havn't allowed cookies or JS.
(Comodo Dragon even does this)
but nope, you have to browse to the settings and manually add every page you wish to allow for every option you need.
I'm starting to think Opera devs don't believe the internet is a very dangerous place
pepak last edited by
leocg Moderator last edited by
On the contrary, with such buttons people may tend to press them without thinking about the potential risks,
with the new chrome engine (which has lower security
And what makes you think like this?