Veracrypt Container + Portable Firefox = Better than incognito.

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Warwagon

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10 Years ago I made a video on youtube called "Taking Private Browsing to the next level" .. it occurred to me that you could put portable firefox inside a Veracrypt (or at the time Truecrypt) container that would be inaccessible unless the container was unlocked.

It would be private plus, all the added benefits of cookies, favorites, extensions, and site history.

So just food for thought for anyone who might be interested in doing something like this.

Here is the original video.