Mozilla has released Firefox 63 with improved tracking protection, a feature that blocks third-party tracking programs and increases the user's online privacy. In recent months, Mozilla has focused on data and privacy, introduced Firefox blocking ad tracking software, and partnered with ProtonVPN to sell subscriptions to a small group of Firefox users.
Enhancements to Firefox 63 Currently, protection is turned off by default, but the user has the option to block third-party tracking cookies or block all trackers. Users can also make exceptions to trusted sites in the event of a site disruption due to tracker blocking. A blog post detailing this feature explores the right trade-offs between accidentally blocking third-party tools rather than accidentally increasing privacy on small websites that use third-party tools.
Apple's Safari was the first browser to block third-party cookies.
Today's Firefox update also includes updates to new tab pages, which include the ability to protect your privacy. Best site. You can also use Siri Shortcuts in Firefox on iOS to allow users to open new tabs with voice commands. Finally, the new browser is now adjusted to match the dark or light theme you are using in Windows settings. You can download the latest version here.