Viper Browser Qt5 Based Lightweight Web Browser

Viper Browser is a free and open source lightweight privacy focused web browser for Linux. It is based on Qt framework and released under GPLv3 license. It is a new project and still in active development. It comes with buil-in ad blocking with easylist, easy privacy, uBlock filters and AdBlock Plus filters. And you can also add any custom filters. You can set startpage, searx, Google and duckduckgo search engines as default.

Some other features are auto fill manager, tab hibernation and wake up, embedded PDF.js support, UserScript support, custom user agent support, pepper plugin API support, bookmark management, cookie viewer and editor and cookie filters support.

Viper Browser

Install Viper Browser on Ubuntu

Viper Browser is available as portable AppImage file format. You can run Viper Browser using below method. Go to the below download link and download Viper Browser in .AppImage file format and save in your Downloads folder.

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Download Viper Browser

Open the terminal application and run below Viper run commands one by one.

cd Downloads
sudo chmod +x ~ Viper_Browser--x86_64.AppImage
./Viper_Browser--x86_64.AppImage

Web Browser settings

Here “Viper_Browser–x86_64.AppImage” is the downloaded file name. You can change the above command based on your downloaded file name. That’s it

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