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To all Firefox Blur users: Firefox recently introduced “Web Extensions” — a revised framework for Firefox add-ons making them faster and more secure. You can read more by clicking this link. You must login to Blur on Firefox to keep from losing any of your stored Blur data like accounts, passwords or auto-fill identities.
Last week, Mozilla released the latest version of their well-renowned browser, Firefox 50. In the early 2000s, Firefox gained significant market share over competitors like Internet Explorer (Microsoft) and AOL (America Online) because it was (and still is) open-sourced, and allowed for extreme customization based on user preferences. However, as time went on, Firefox struggled […]
You don’t need to run multiple tracking protection lists at the same time. Period. In fact, doing so can give you less privacy online. How is that possible? Read on. A recent study carried out by Which? Computing revealed a flaw with TPLs: if you use two or more at once, conflicting instructions on different […]