The Brave-browser plays all of longer on online security and anonymity, and now goes a step further by ‘private tabs’ to introduce that via the Tor network.
The Tor network is one of the best ways to use online to remain anonymous. Your ip address is along different nodes (zogeten nodes) directed and is so encrypted that the origin is impossible to determine. That makes the network very susceptible to shady practices, but it is also widely used for example by journalists. Or just internet users that online onlookers simply sat.
Normally, the separate Tor Browser the eenvoudigte way to make use of. But if Brave have your browser of choice, then you have them with the advent of privétabbladen sufficient. The internet traffic that takes place on the sites that you visit, be done automatically via the Tor network. DuckDuckGo, the privacy-friendly search engine of service, and in addition, blocks Brave all longer ads and trackers.
Brave was a few years ago designed by Brendan Eich, one of the former founders of Mozilla. The browser is also because of the donation system. You blocks or ads, but sites that you like to visit, you can still financially support. Tor integration will in the future also to the Android and iOS apps.