uBlock Origin - An efficient blocker for Chromium and Firefox. Fast and lean.
Yes and No, you will still have adblockers yes, but they are nerfed in a way that they aren't as efficient as they are now since the API needed for let's say cosmetic filters (for now) was changed for "security reasons" according to Google.
Don't waste your time with compliance. FastForward automatically skips annoying link shorteners.
Universal Bypass is long discontinued, use Fast Forward instead: https://github.com/FastForwardTeam/FastForward
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Firefox privacy, security and anti-tracking: a comprehensive user.js template for configuration and hardening
For those who want to harden Firefox: - Go to this website and download the latest release: https://github.com/arkenfox/user.js/ - Open about:support in Firefox,scroll down go to profile folder and click on open folder - Close Firefox and delete everything in the folder(Will wipe your data) - Copy and replace everything from user.js zip file to the folder - It's now hardened!! [Optional] - If you want to remove the borders from the websites you are browsing repeat step 2, scroll down and find user.js, open it in notepad, Ctrl+F and search for privacy.resistfingerprinting.letterboxing and set it to false and Now you are done
What do you guys think of the Startpage privacy extension?
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[updated] My Firefox browser extensions: retain or remove?
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Google joue gros pour tromperie sur la navigation privée de Chrome
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So brave won't support ublock after V3. Should I switch to ff with ublock already?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/PrivacyGuides | 30 Oct 2022
Is there a "catch all" privacy extension that works 100%?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/firefox | 25 Oct 2022