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An incognito secure mode without tracking, cookies, history and with a VPN.

(Topic created on: 06-10-2023 08:15 AM)
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WinstonSmith
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Hi
it would be great to have a secure mode, 
like "invisible" on the network, no cookies, 
no history, encrypted, with a VPN,
to take the security on the higher level. 
For browsing without adds, safe shopping, 
banking, no hackers, or scammers,...
I know that no filter is 100% accurate and the hackers will always find the way,
but just to protect the entire content of the phone, we're practically using the smartphones as our main "computer". 
For the banking, social media, videos, films, games, music, shopping,...
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LaffCarl
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Firefox has one, although nothing is that secret Google will still see all you search.
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WinstonSmith
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I know.
That's why I want this.
Because even if I have my privacy settings quite strict,
and I'm using VPN Surfshark,
still a lot of adverts, robocalls,
spam messages, etc.
Even if I have the paid version of Truecaller app.
I'm wondering how the famous people and the billionaires have their phones secured.
But because Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra,
or any of upcoming Samsung Galaxy S Ultra Series phones are using also by people in business,
the security should be the priority of this device.
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LaffCarl
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Think your sailing dangerously close to the Dark Web amigo. 😱
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WinstonSmith
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Actually, not really.
I don't have Onion browser on my phone, tablet, or laptop.
I don't need to go there.
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Dapp
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Using secret mode with ad blockers gets rid of most of the ads on website. I guess maybe you mean ads in individual apps themselves?
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Dapp
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I'm guessing those people have phone numbers which aren't known to any other companies. Everyone else's phone numbers will be shared to 3rd parties somehow. I have a secondary number which I don't use for anything, never been used to fill in any forms or access any services. Still gets spam calls somehow. I doubt Samsung will implement this, sharing data and displaying ads is how money is generated nowadays.
WinstonSmith
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Even if my phone is quite "oversecured",
it seems like sometimes the browsers can read my mind.
I don't want to share my private information with the third party companies.
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Juli3n
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Same here. Garlic is where I draw the line... Sorry :smiling-face:
Juli3n
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The dark web is a bit different, I would say it's say it's more of an underground internet where you can access not so legal services and things. The OP is talking about anonymousity, but still using the 'bright' web. Now as others have said, advertising and profiling is quite lucrative so it's going to be hard to sell that to Samsung.