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Watch age restricted You-tube videos without signing in. You can play the restricted video by refreshing the browser or by clicking the action button. NO REDIRECTS, NO EXTRA TAB, Just watch the video as you watch other youtube videos.
Increase privacy (random replacement for the UserAgent, canvas, locale, blocking WebRTC, etc.) Blocking the ajax requests to third-party websites and the extra cookies. The assessment for safety of https (TLS) connections. Small phishing prevention
Manage your tabs in sandboxes increasing your privacy!
Не знаешь как заблокировать рекламу в ВК и Одноклассниках? Установи блокировщик рекламы для социальных сетей!
Designed to prevent third-party buttons (such as the Facebook “Like” button or the Twitter “tweet” button) embedded by sites across the Internet from tracking you until you actually interact with them.
Filters Tor .onion domains via the Blacklist given at ahmia.fi.
Addon for the G DATA Password Manager
Automatically opt out of McAfee optional offer when you get a Flash update from get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
An icon that toggles the preference of blocking mixed active content.
Preference Name: security.mixed_content.block_active_content
Provides interaction between Password Depot and the browser.
Keep your machine and browser clean of malware!
Get notified of maliciouse script and ad injections.
Provides content authorisation as part of the Impero Education Pro software product.
Click on Google Search Links by not getting tracked by using this Add-On Context Menu. Preserve your privacy through this add-on by not allowing Google know which link you clicked.
Deactivates new plugins.
a Firefox Add-On for a better management of profiles
Hide ads in Gmail, and more cool stuff, simply with CSS.
Blocks compromised (hacked!) websites.
A *complete* SSL certificate revocation list and enforcer: aims to block websites with revoked SSL certificates that even Firefox would miss.
Disclaimer: still in testing stages. Presented as is.