Masker - Anonymous & Private Web Browser
About Masker - Anonymous & Private Web Browser
Masker includes a Firefox-based web browser (Masker Browser) and an embedded proxy that allows you to browse web anonymously, privately and access blocked websites.
Anonymous? Yes, the embedded proxy hides your Internet Address (IP). Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) does not know which website you are accessing. The website owner does not know what your IP is and where you are from.
Private? Yes, all tabs in Masker Browser are private. Browsing history and cookies are deleted after you close Masker Browser.
Can access censored websites? Yes, since your ISP does not know which website you are accessing, you could not be blocked. You can access almost any blocked, banned or censored websites.
Masker does not aim to replace your normal browser. Instead, it is very useful when you want to access blocked, banned or censored websites, or when you do not want anybody know which website you are accessing. Masker is slower than normal web browsers.
Note: This app doesn’t support Windows 10S.
A part of this app, Masker Browser, is built on Mozilla Firefox source code. Masker Browser is released under the terms of Mozilla Public License
Version 2.0 (https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/MPL/2.0/). The source code of Mozilla Firefox (version 108.0a1) can be found here: https://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/. The modified part of Firefox source to build Masker Browser can be found here: https://github.com/CoderLearnPublishing/MaskerBrowser