Trust me, there are millions of users that would agree with me on this and I’m sure many of those users will convert to Brave because of this reason.
Extension based Modern VPN / Proxy services have taken off for the past couple of years now and I’ve had many discussions with them relating to which browser their service works best on, if that make sense.
Taking into account their service (or a part of their service) predominately operate on Chrome and Firefox not forgetting Opera and push for sooner updates should we say on their Chrome version than FF, we always and when I say we I mean those that use such service always end up getting in arguments as to which browser it functions more securely on and their reply is always one relating to trust.
In this case I was hoping Brave could apprehend this and take advantage of this fact in relation to the preservation of privacy and improvement on security and collaborate with them on building their service on top of Brave as though it was part of Brave (essentially the best browser to use a modern VPN on) and make it similarly to, if not better than Opera’s way of building OperaVPN/SurfEasy within their native browser. I’m certain this would refute any discrepancies relating to the trust of the browser.
One brilliant aspect to such browser based solutions if you’re not aware of, is that during circumstances where security software are blocked, with the exception of Tor, extension/SPDY based VPN solutions also continue to still perform securing data and maintaining privacy rather fantastically.
I’ve listed a couple that fundamentally work, orientate, respect user privacy and started their service around extensions.
I understand someone has already requested a couple of VPNs, one of which upon my advice was removed and others many people seem to use.
As for the rest of the ones I listed below, they regularly update their service, have an extensive user base and all round excellent service and given some started fervently with the SPDY technology (browser technology by Google which allowed such services to function within the browser) I’m sure they’d love to talk to you guys about integrating it within Brave properly and effectively, especially with the recent improvements made to the older and coherently used SPDY technology. It would be interesting to to discuss as to how the newer HTTPS/2 will function given the older technology is destined to be deprecated.
Thanks for reading.