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Mozilla Firefox will pre-beta with enhanced private browsing
Mozilla has released an early version of its new Firefox browser released. These so-called pre-beta has an improved way of privébrowsing. This should prevent websites gather information about the Firefox user.
The new privacy feature is in pre-beta that Mozilla has released the Firefox browser. According to the browser maker is in the new software, a tool that automatically blocks content that websites information of the user trying to obtain. For example, it is social analytics software or plugins. It is an addition to the private browsing mode that Firefox already had; This made sure that visited web sites published in the past, but did not protect against information gathering by website creators.
Because not all sites work equally well as a variety of tracking plugins are blocked Mozilla has incorporated an optional release function. There is also a control center where users can adjust their privacy settings. Mozilla wants users to test the function and send feedback so that improvements can still be made.
Furthermore Mozilla has in pre-beta an integrated way to verify add-ons. That should improve the safety of the add-ons, by preventing malicious users to install fake versions. In the pre-beta are unverified add-ons therefore blocked. Probably Mozilla this also leads through in its final version of the browser, though there is also a possibility to turn off the authentication.Viewing:-204
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