Get Brave: Secure Faster HTML5 Browser with WebRTC and Crypto Integration

Get Brave: Free Secure Faster HTML5 Browser with WebRTC and Crypto Integration

Why try Brave as a Developer/Webmaster?

  • Higher security and privacy in your work. Start with good defaults and control settings per site.
  • Test your sites and projects in this new browser used by many crypto enthusiast.
  • Register as publisher for your sites to receive micro payments.

Why Try Brave for Browsing?

  • Brave loads major news sites 2 to 8 times faster than Chrome/Safari on mobile and 2 times faster than Chrome on desktop.
  • The average mobile browser user pays as much as $23 a month in data charges to download ads and trackers — that’s $276 a year. Brave blocks ads and trackers, so you don’t pay for them.
  • Popular sites often host multiple ads and as many as 70 trackers per site. Worse, most leading ad blockers still allow trackers through to profile your location, behavior and other browsing activity.
  • Choose your settings on a per-site or browser-wide basis. See how many ads and trackers are being blocked by Brave every day by looking at your dashboard.
  • The “private” browsing mode that others offer is not truly private. Brave’s many privacy features, including “Private Tabs with Tor,” stop trackers and provide a deep level of protection.
  • Support your favorite sites with micropayments. Brave features blockchain-based tokens which can be used to reward content creators.
  • Brave supports MetaMask, Ethereum browser extension: MetaMask is a bridge that allows you to visit the distributed web of tomorrow in your browser today. It allows you to run Ethereum dApps right in your browser without running a full Ethereum node.
    MetaMask includes a secure identity vault, providing a user interface to manage your identities on different sites and sign blockchain transactions.

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Configuring P2P Settings for Flash Player

Did you ever approved or disabled p2p for a website, checked remember box and now you don’t know how to change that setting?


Access Flash Player Global P2P Settings panel using this link below:


Use Delete all websites button to have flash ask you again for each site.


Use this panel to specify peer-assisted networking settings for any website you have visited. To learn about peer-assisted networking and how to decide whether or not to enable it, see What is Peer-Assisted Networking?

For each website you have visited, the list of Visited Websites displays:

  • The name of the website that you have visited
  • The peer-assisted networking setting for the website

Change networking settings

To specify settings for a particular website, select the website in the Visited Websites list, and then change its settings as desired. The following list explains the options:

  • If you don’t want this website to share your bandwidth and you don’t want to be asked again, select Always Deny.
  • If you do want this website to share your bandwidth and you don’t want to be asked again, select Always Allow.
  • If you want Flash Player to always ask you before sharing your bandwidth, select Always Ask.

Disable P2P uplink for all

To never share your bandwidth, select Disable P2P uplink for all. This setting affects sites you have already visited and sites you haven’t yet visited. If you deselect this option, your previous settings for individual websites (if any) are restored.