Waterfox came into the browser scene in 2011, coming right out the box with official x64 support (a rarity among browsers at the time) and promoted itself as an "ethical browser."
However, many things have changed in the browser landscape, and even the Waterfox project as whole since 2011.
You've probably heard of adblockers.
You've probably also heard of tracker/privacy blockers.
Lastly, you've probably wondered if there was a difference between the two.
The short answer is: yes, there is.
Let me explain further...
Most browsers have the "Do Not Track" feature in their settings. You might have this setting enabled or you might not.
But what does "Do Not Track" really do? Does it do what the name implies? Does it matter if it is even enabled or not? You might be shocked at the answers...
Avast's "Secure browser" has been around for a while now.
Once a bundled feature with the premium version of its famous antivirus, Avast's Secure Browser is now a (free) standalone product.
Of course, the question of just how "secure" and "private" this browser truly is remains to be seen.