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Masking Agent protects you from showing platform information (OS and CPU) on the internet.
Rotates complete browser profiles ( from real browsers / devices ) at a user defined time interval. It includes many extra privacy enhancing options
Import and export your cookies and cookie permissions
Dodatek zapisuje dane e-pity i fillUp w pamięci dodatku oraz wyszukiwanie formularzy w e-pity i fillUp w Google
Extension adding support for U2F standard to your Firefox
Have control over WebRTC (disable or enable) and protect your IP address.
The most popular ad blocker for Chrome and Safari, now available for Firefox! Block all advertisements on all web pages, even Facebook, Youtube, and Hulu. Browse faster, too! Most ads aren't even downloaded at all, saving you time and bandwidth.
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.
Add the full URL or hostname of the current web page to the window title. Designed to help other applications identify the current window. Helps KeePass (http://www.keepass.info) to identify the current URL for auto-type.
A sync-able open-source two-factor authenticator
Privatix is a privacy protection VPN with unlimited free access. Unblock any blocked website, protect WiFi, and ensure online security.
Unblock any blocked website in your country, school or company. SetupVPN changes your IP address and location with just single click! It's free and easy to use. Setup your VPN now.
Best VPN addon for Firefox.
Stores authentication data on a hardware-encrypted USB device and allows you to fill out log-in forms automatically.
A easy add on for generating and regenrating passcodes passwords
Allows you to clear Local Storage, manually or when Firefox starts up and exits.
Ever wish you could only CERTAIN websites from your history without deleting it EVERYTHING? Because honestly, what's more suspicious than always clearing your history after you've used the computer?