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I need to block cookies in my browser to test solution to a bug. Unfortunately all IE,Edge,FF,Chrome browsers after install have status of being managed by an organization I need a browser that can't be.

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    What are you refering to with "have status of being managed by an organization"? – Alejandro Oct 9 at 14:51
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You can do this with Tor browser

Follow the link to download for your environment - Windows, OSX, Linux or Android as required..

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I went with Vivaldi as ToR browser would probably be frowned upon in my organization.

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  • your organisation will still be able to see the domains you are visiting though their network. they wont see the exact site but still. e.g. when you visit 'youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ' they will see 'youtube.com'. For them to see nothing you have to use a vpn or proxy or a browser that uses Tor. So if it's just about the cookies this might be fine but you wont be anonymous or private. – totalynotanoob Oct 12 at 10:29
  • @totalynotanoob Hiding sites was not the goal, I actually needed not managed browser to simulate user's behaviour and unusual browser settings to replicate issue. – Yoda Oct 12 at 14:02

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