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Chrome Privacy Manager for the Google Chrome Web Browser


Manage privacy settings, data deletion, quickly access page in incognito mode, manage cookies and monitor network traffic.


Privacy manager extension provides an interface for user to easily manage the privacy settings.

Extension gives ability to manage cookies in popup window, have ability to always filter cookies list with active tab domain cookies, to use that ability you need to allow optional host permissions.

User also can manage network traffic in popup window - collect http headers and also block user agent data to be sent via request, to use that ability you need to allow optional host permissions.

Extension also gives user ability to manage current privacy settings:

- blocks third-party sites from setting cookies.

- automatically fill in forms settings management.

- Omnibox search requests management.

- Enable safe browsing in case if the option is disabled by another extension (if safe - --- - browsing is enabled Chrome does its best to protect you from phishing and malware).

- Search suggestion management.

- Enable or disable correct spelling service.

- Translate service switch.

- Hyperlink audition management.

- Manage whether chrome must allow sending referer headers with requests.

- Network prediction management.

- Alternate error pages management.


Extension also gives ability to manage deletion of current browser data during browser startup:

- Clear browser cookies.

- Clear websites appcaches.

- Clear browser cache.

- Clear browser download list.

- Clear browser file system.

- Clear browser stored data.

- Clear browser history.

- Clear websites IndexedDB data.

- Clear websites local storage data.

- Clear plugins data.

- Clear stored passwords.

- Clear websites WebSQL data.

Privacy manager also gives ability to quickly open active tab in incognito window.

Full Description and download in the Chrome Web Store

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One imporant Chrome privacy manager setting is to set the IP address for the IP port proxy to hide your online identity. This is a crucial piece of info that is linked to your identity. I would add a high anonymity proxy to complement your Chrome privacy settings. You can add a IP Port proxy to your Chrome privacy settings so that all your Chrome surfing will go through a proxy to protect your real IP address. However, one thing you should pay special attention to is the anonymity level of the IP Port proxy you are using. Most proxy will of course conceal your IP address, but some will have setting that will tip off the website that you are using a proxy, thus concealling your identity only partially. You should always use high anonymity proxy that will not inform the sites that you are using a proxy. Always check anonymity with proxy test before use. You definitely want to use a high anonymity proxy.

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