Brave blocks third-party trackers and cookies by default, which helps to protect user data and privacy. It also provides features such as private tabs and HTTPS Everywhere. Brave uses sandboxing technology to isolate tabs and prevent malware or malicious scripts from running. It also has an automatic ad-blocking feature that blocks malicious ads.
Overall, Brave browser is a privacy-focused web browser that provides a fast, secure, and customizable browsing experience.
To install Brave browser on Raspberry Pi, we need to grab the arm64.deb file of brave browser from it’s github release page.
.deb file is downloaded, use
apt tool to install the package:
sudo apt install ./brave-browser_1.47.186_arm64.deb -y
Once the package is installed, you can launch it from application launcher.