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What captive portals are
For better security, the *Unsafe Browser* is disabled by default because:
To start the *Unsafe Browser*:
When the [[Welcome Screen|first_steps/welcome_screen]] appears, click on the **[[!img lib/list-add.png alt="Add Additional Setting" class="symbolic" link="no"]]** button.
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Choose **Unsafe Browser** in the **Additional Settings** dialog.
Select the **Enable the Unsafe Browser** option.
Click **Start Tails**.
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<h1 id="security">Security implications of the <i>Unsafe Browser</i></h1>
<p>To always enable the <em>Unsafe Browser</em>, turn on the [[Welcome
Screen|doc/first_steps/persistence#welcome_screen]] feature of
the Persistent Storage.</p>
<p>To learn how Tails implements the <i>Unsafe Browser</i>, see our
[[design documentation about the <i>Unsafe Browser</i>|contribute/design/Unsafe_Browser]].</p>
In Tails, choose **Applications**&nbsp;▸ **Internet**&nbsp;▸ **Unsafe Browser**.
<h1 id="use">Starting the <i>Unsafe Browser</i></h1>
Signing in to a network using a captive portal
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