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Disconnect Requires Restart
Make the web faster, more private, and more secure.
BetterPrivacy-signed Requires Restart Featured
Control a new, trickier kind of cookie, better known as an LSO or Flash cookie. The BetterPrivacy safeguard offers various ways to handle Flash-cookies created by webpages with the help of your Flash plug-in...
RequestPolicy Requires Restart
Be in control of which cross-site requests are allowed. Improve the privacy of your browsing by not letting other sites know your browsing habits. Secure yourself from Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) and other attacks.
Privacy + Requires Restart
Better Protection. Did you know that web sites use Flash to track you with Flash based cookies?
Privacy Plus will add a simple checkbox in the [Clear Recent History] dialog that will allow you to delete these cookies (Flash LSO) anytime you like.
FireAlert for Jira Requires Restart
- FireAlert for Jira - and you have always an overview about your jira instances and your projects. FireAlert is a notification extension for jira. You see all your jira search results in the toolbar.
* Jira is a trademark by Atlassian Pty Ltd
Trace Metrics Requires Restart
Trace metrics add-on is a web developer tool to inspect the web analytics or metrics tags generated on various pages and events.
This is an Adform tracking testing extension, which helps to check what kind of tracking point is firing on the page
Redfly Tagger for Google Analytics™ Requires Restart
The Redfly Tagger for use with Google Analytics™ is a simple Firefox extension enabling you to to quickly create custom URLs using Google Analytics parameters in a quick and easy "right click" lightbox interface.
Bye bye (not provided). Keyword Provider Addon makes the keywords you generate searching on Google visible again, no matter whether you are logged in to Google or just using HTTPS for surfing. A simple way to avoid (not provided) data.