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This extension tries to warn you if it found clickjacking technique on the page you are viewing.
Provides privacy configuration settings for the users by enabling or disabling access to privacy information from within the browser.
Just enables/disables a view ssl ciphers in about:config.
It's for some paranoid people like me :)
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Clear file cache easy and quickly from Tools Menu
Sets your default search engine to SearchIncognito.com to protect your privacy.
Enables simple updates to hidden privacy settings in Firefox.
Removes tracking that enables Google to log every search result you open.
View project on GitHub: https://github.com/sharpdressedcodes/google-untracker
Just a button to toggle allowing/disallowing cookies globally
adds the CACert root to the Firefox trusted root certificate store
Rewrites all Magnet URI links so that they only contain the BitTorrent info hashes (BTIH). This forces BitTorrent clients to use decentralized (“trackerless”) peer-discovery such as DHT rather than server-assisted peer-discovery via central trackers.
Get access to entertaining content all over the world, keep your online privacy, stay secure when connected to public Wi-Fi.
Manage your addons on multiple profiles from a toolbar panel
Load preferences from a file into Firefox. Useful for mobile devices that don't allow access to the Firefox profile directory.
Hides your 'sensitive' or 'special' bookmarks from others. And shows them when you have your privacy.
It adds a new folder in your bookmarks where you can keep your private ones.
Watch a youtube video:
Fake Windows Version for Useragent automatically. Especially usefll Fake XP to Windows 7 or Windows8 or Windows10
This add-on toggles between default and strict configurations for security.ssl3 preferences.
In default mode, all preferences are reset to their default value, while in strict mode, only whitelisted preferences are activated.
Stores your logins, passwords, and other important information, protecting them with a master password.
Save DNS for visited hosts.