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This extension tries to warn you if it found clickjacking technique on the page you are viewing.
This add-on shows a warning screen when the user tries to open a site from Delyan Peevski's media group.
Implements a shim localStorage/sessionStorage for pages that depends on them to load.
A feature that allows you to notify websites that you do not want to be fooled.
Protect yourself from harmful Facebook apps which access your personal data and perform actions without your permission. The extension safeguards you from apps that over-collect your personal data, spam your friends network or pose security risks.
adds the CACert root to the Firefox trusted root certificate store
Hide your IP from websites with spoofed X-Forwarded-For headers.
Adds X-Forwarded-For header to all HTTP requests.
Works with Firefox Mobile, Tested with FF Mobile 16.0.1 and Android JB 4.1.1.
Min Version 15.0
Max Version 19.*
Turn print dialog on and off. Useful for web kiosk printing for receipts or event tickets. Suppressing the print dialog is as simple as clicking the icon on and off.
Blocco del messaggio: Visualizzato alle: ... e .. sta scrivendo inviato da Facebook al mittente , quando leggi o scrivi un messaggio.
Clears the search bar after submitting a search term.
Ads blocker using regular expression and CSS selector.
Hide ads in Gmail, and more cool stuff, simply with CSS.
Changes the background of password entry fields to a four-color visual hash. Use this add-on and, over time, you'll remember your visual hash and stop mistyping your passwords!
Searches the current website using StartPage.
Right-click on a link to instantly open it in Private Browsing mode. (Or right-click anywhere to quickly open private browsing mode.)
Disable cookies on Google search. Prevent Google from keeping track of your searches and showing customized results based on your profile. Cookies are still working with other Google services (gmail, reader, G+...)
This extension allows you to automatically log in to most UCLA authentication pages.
After installing this extension, a UCLA icon is added to the bottom-right corner of your Firefox window.
CookieRank shows you which websites you can trust based on the cookies they create in your browser.
The cookie score you see (out of 5) instantly indicates how your privacy is being respected before you go deeper into a site.
Ever been told not to reuse the same password across different websites? With this add-on, you can quickly see which passwords you're using the most and where you're using them.