A solution to add enhanced security to brave without revealing the identity of users to Google

Google offers enhanced security that can check passwords for data breaches and offer greater accuracy in detecting malicious sites. However, this process reveals your IP address and browsing history to google. There is a way around this. I suggest proxying the traffic for Google enhanced protection through a relay run by Brave, and then by running it through a third party contractor agrees to a non disclosure agreement to keep secret the contents of the enhanced browsing protection traffic. This way, neither brave nor google can see who is browsing what while still being able to take advantage of the security offered by this service.


May interest:

At: ‘https://brave.com/privacy-updates/15-grab-bag-3/

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