I don’t know if this is the right place to ask this but, is HTTPS everywhere, ublock and privacy badger enough?? Should I add more than what default firefox, in Parrot OS, has? Is it better if I add other ones? Like duckduckgo extension or ghostery.
Depends what your goals are.
The more you do add to your browser, the more unique your browser fingerprint may become.
At the same time these add-ons (Privacy Badger, NoScripts, UBlock) can prevent other forms of tracking…
It’s a balancing act.
Another option is to create separate containers for carrying different interests.
To simplify: use separate browsers for each interest/subject.
Add in Firejail or Virtual machines to enhance security/privacy.
my goal is simply to avoid being tracked, I want to stop google and the “data gangster” from following me
My advice: Use Tor Browser wherever possible. Script blockers will help- but trackers will continue to advance. Many large companies like google may eventually dodge certain blockers.
To avoid tracking, Tor Browser is the best option you have.
I use them and wouldn’t browse without them. In addition to the advice already given, you might also consider a router that provides telemetry and ad blocking tools. But I would expect that there’s always a need to build a better mousetrap, even for the Tor Nework. One interesting new browser extension is AdNauseum. I haven’t tried it and can’t claim to be an expert, but it’s supposed to go beyond mere blocking and confuse Google’s ad network. Here’s a article with more information: https://joripress.com/this-tool-lets-you-confuse-googles-ad-network-and-a-test-shows-it-works
I use browser isolation, meaning I use chrom(ium) for sites google can track, like youtube account…, then I take other browser for online banking, or still other browser where I only visit online shops. One browser can be only for private surfing and so on…
Effectively I use like 5 browsers, each for a specific set of purposes.