Noté 5 sur 5par John dragon, il y a 4 mois
It was not unusual to find 70 or more Facebook cookies when I cleared my cache,I tried using "clear cookies when Firefox closes", but that made it a hassle when I went to my bank website or some other secure website and see "we don't recognize you on this computer". Since I started using Facebook container I do not find any of their cookies.
- Noté 5 sur 5par JahCri5, il y a 25 joursBest of App privacy prevention in anyways as per Facebook Domination all in by World Web or your Private Life Secrecy Invader and more Hackers and Spammers increasingly doing like this on meta products theyve build now hacker and spammers now use it and take andvantage by doin spreading Vlogs of that people think its useful but it's not I saw one video doing Vlog like in a way positive speech on how to track your love partner by enabling call forwarding and ofcourse innocent people with less knowledge and understanding might like the idea but the downside part of it was not even spread out very risky it wanted to like easy access for hacker and spammers. Damn i don't know of what choice will you have now when hacker and spammers already at its wide organization colonizing the world.
- Noté 1 sur 5par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 17970086 de Firefox, il y a un moisThe containers feature was introduced before ETP started isolating third-party cookies and site data by default. You only need to use containers now if you want to do things like logging in to multiple accounts on the same site at the same time.
- Noté 3 sur 5par ander, il y a un moisI appreciate this extension's purpose. Unfortunately, it adds a bright white line at the tops of a tab where a container is being used—and when using a dark browser theme, this makes it appear like the active tab, which is pretty distracting. Couldn't you put a little symbol at the right side of the tab, or do any other kind of marking?