Mozilla Released New Tracking Protection Features For Firefox

Mozilla Released New Tracking Protection Features For Firefox.

Mozilla comes new private browsing features and web security controls with Tracking protection.

New release of Tracking Protection in Firefox Private Browsing we are leading the industry by giving you control over the data that third parties receive from you online. No other browser’s Private Browsing mode protects you the way Firefox does—not Chrome, not Safari, not Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer.

Private Browsing with Tracking Protection in Firefox for Windows, Mac, Android and Linux actively blocks content like ads, analytics trackers and social share buttons that may record your behavior without your knowledge across sites, said Firefox VP, Nick Nguyen in Blog.


What New Changes:
  • - Firefox now automatically shows the on-screen touch keyboard on Windows 8 and higher
  • - Improved API support for m4v video playback 1
  • - Search suggestions can be displayed in the Awesome Bar
  • - WebRTC streaming on multiple monitors
  • - Improved Big5 support for Hong Kong supplementary characters on Windows XP
  • - GTK3 integration (GNU/Linux only)
  • - User selectable second block list for Private Browsing's Tracking Protection

  • - Bind F1 key to open the settings when the toolbox is focused
  • - New 'Use in Console' context menu item in Inspector to store selected element in a temporary variable
  • - Search button next to overridden CSS properties to find similar properties in the rules view
  • - Ability to filter styles from their property names in the rules view
  • - Stack traces are now shown for exceptions inside the console
  • - Added ability to display server-side logs in the console
  • - Ability to choose resolution for the GCLI screenshot command
  • - Subresource integrity allows developers to make their sites more secure
  • - Network requests in Console now link to Network panel instead of opening in a popup
  • - Unprefixed 'hyphens' property is now supported
  • - WebIDE now has a sidebar-based UI
  • - The 'transform-origin' property is now supported on SVG elements
  • - Animation inspector now displays animations in a timeline
  • - Markup view shows indicators for pseudo-classes locked for elements

- Eyedropper tool does not work as expected when page is zoomed


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