When you use unpopular Browsers and alternate them, it is more than simply difficult for the Hacker to follow you.
As malware targets popular browsers, the unpopular get a pass.
Think of it like this; f Chrome has 310 Million Users and Brave has 8.7 Million users, if you want to hack, which is a wiser target?
As it is more likely the targets are using Chrome (or Firefox) setting a hack to ride a Browser means one doesn’t even notice Brave.
As everyone uses Gmail, it’s a great place to find ‘victims’. Pick common names and insert them before gmail.com and see where that gets you.
Recently, many people on Gmail have gotten alerts to change their password to ——- and those that do have just rolled out a red carpet, because that alert is NOT coming from Gmail.
When it comes to email, don’t open anything you don’t know is a rule of thumb.