Although much of the world of Internet browsing prefers to use Google's Chrome web browser, the people of Mozilla He continues to work hard to provide an alternative solution with his Firefox software.
A couple of days ago, Mozilla launched Firefox v.69 and with the new version, the company is training users of Android, Windows and Mac with a new blocking function aimed at third-party tracking of cookies and crypto mining by default . According to a Mozilla press release:
For today's release, Enhanced Tracking Protection will automatically be activated by default for all users worldwide as part of the configuration & # 39; Standard & # 39; in the Firefox browser and it will block the well-known third-party tracking cookies "According to the Disconnect list. First we enable this default feature for new users in June 2019. As part of this trip, we rigorously tested, perfected and finally obtained a new The anti-tracking approach that is critical to fulfilling our promise of privacy and security as a center aspects of your Firefox experience.
The new additions are denoted with a new bright green lock icon that appears in the address bar of the browser that highlights the security of the site according to strict Firefox tracking policies.
Android users can delve a little deeper into the preferences of new features by pressing the green lock icon in the address bar and opt for "Disable blocking for this site."
A less prominent feature of Firefox 69 It is the protection against fingerprint scripts that help protect users from sites that capture snapshots of a computer's configuration during the visit. To enable this feature, users must activate "Strict Mode" from their browser settings, for now. Mozilla mentions in his press release that they are planning to offer Fingerprint script protection as a default feature sometime in the future.
To obtain the latest version of Firefox, visit the Google Play Store link below or the company's website to download.  Firefox Browser fast and private “/>