Comodo Dragon is moderately secure and has some privacy features as well. When you install it, it installs a version of Adobe Flash. There is also an option to make use of Comodo’s own secure DNS services. You can import bookmarks, history, passwords and search engine preferences from existing browsers. Comodo shares the same settings sheet as most Chrome-based browsers, Yahoo is installed by default. Dragon didn’t stop executable files or PDFs from being downloaded, but it comes with helpful tools. There’s Webinspector to help determine if a URL is suspicious or from a phishing site. And there’s PrivDog, which has controls for blocking third-party cookies, web tracking code, untrusted ads, etc.