par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 14522909 de Firefox, il y a 8 mois
Noté 5 sur 5
par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 14025195 de Firefox, il y a 8 mois
This add-on does what it says it does and is very complete protection. I had an issue with fingerprint protection, emailed the developer who got back to me in about a week asking for more info and then released an update to fix the issue overnight. If you are looking for an add-on to protect your system from being identified by trackers this is the one. I hope as new tracking methods are developed the app keeps pace.
Main features work well on Firefox. Those alone already good show. I think most of other features description is too cryptic for casual user. Aside the Web Request Controller (which is an ads/tracker/crypto blocker btw.) the others features could do major breakages if you don't know what you're doing.
Whitelisting other protections is under active development and will be coming very soon!
In regards to the DNS over TLS comment, I'm unsure if the extensions API would allow me to configure that but I shall take a look.
Thanks for the feedback :)
Noté 4 sur 5
par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 13909246 de Firefox, il y a un an
When uBlock ('uBlock Origin' now) came out I was of those who believed it was to become a major actor, extension in the area of browsers' privacy. I believe Trace has a similar potential.
Though experimental at this stage it performs nicely, Canvas blocking included among many other anti-tracking features.
Neither an expert nor a novice (I started with Firefox 2.x versions), a Firefox "fan" since always, running 37 extensions at this time on a Quantum I'm most fond of, tightly committed to privacy and security (hence 'Firefox'), I am truly interested with this 'Trace' extension. I welcome it and decide to accompany it within its development. Experimental means a work in progress but as it is now it is, IMO, operational even if slight enhancements may be considered.