Firefox offers protection against tracking in private mode




Mozilla Firefox 42 introduces its first official 64-bit browser for Windows. Also, it is now possible to not tracking cookies to let more installed in the privacy mode websites, which represents, in practice, on the blocking of banners.

Users with Windows and the 64-bit version of Firefox 42 should do it without support for Java and Silverlight. Mozilla announced recently been on the support NPAPI plug-ins to end by the end of 2016 in all versions of the browser. It is not possible to upgrade a 32 bit version to a 64-bit variant. The latter will be directly downloaded to be and installed separately.

Also, the privébrowsen is addressed. It is now possible to ‘Protection follow users privévensters’ option on browse in privacy mode. The other option ‘Web sites ask you not to follow “is the old’ Web sites to know that I will not follow worden’ option. The difference lies in the fact that the last option does not require to follow, in other words: the “do not track ‘mode. However, the following protection against making use of the anti-tracking organization Disconnect list provided for identifying and blocking trackers. If the function is used, a shield icon in the address bar to the left of the web address.

The built-in password manager can now also data and passwords from Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer and Chrome import, which switch should be easier. Just as in the sound of Chrome tabs can now be muted individually, and the source code of a page no longer in a separate window, but open in a separate tab. WebRTC also inherited some improvements, such as IPv6 support. In the field of personalization, it is now possible to add a photo or other image to the users. The entire list of changes is available on the Mozilla website.


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