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June 2018

DNS over HTTPS - Improving DNS Privacy in Firefox Nightly

by dzc & 1 other
DNS over HTTPS (DoH) protocol, which encrypts DNS requests and responses. DoH support has been added to Firefox 62

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December 2017

FIT - TIP - MEMORY USAGE - Firefox qui rame et pas envie de le relancer ? Essayez cette astuce. - Korben

by decembre
J'avais mon Firefox qui pédalait un peu dans la semoule après une grosse journée de boulot. Surement la faute à une page web trop violente ou à un plugin trop gourmand. Pas envie de le relancer et difficile d'en savoir plus... Alors en cherchant des indications sur la consommation mémoire interne de Firefox, j'ai eu l'idée d'entrer dans la barre d'url (Oui sans chercher sur un moteur de recherche. Trop fort le gars.) : about:memory Et là je suis tombé sur un bouton magique : Minimize Memory Usage. J'ai cliqué dessus et paf, plus aucun problème de ramouillage. Si j'avais su avant... Peut être que vous connaissiez déjà, peut-être pas, mais peu importe, je partage l'astuce.

November 2017

Another Tor Browser Feature Makes It Into Firefox: First-Party Isolation

by dzc
The feature is not enabled by default, as it's known to cause some login persistence problems. To enable it users have two options.

Firefox > 55 : comment activer "First Party Isolation" (privacy.firstparty.isolate) ?

by dzc & 1 other
Mozilla a silencieusement déployé la fonctionnalité First Party Isolation (FPI) empruntée à Tor, pour endiguer le profilage des régies publicitaires

FIR - ABOUT:CONFIG - Overview of Firefox's about:config security and privacy preferences | gHacks Technology News

by decembre
- dom.allow_scripts_to_close_windows Defines whether scripts can close windows in the browser. True: Scripts may close any window. False: Scripts may only close windows opened by scripts. (default) - dom.disable_image_src_set Determines whether JavaScript is allowed to manipulate images displayed in the browser. True: Scripts are allowed to change images. False: Scripts are not allowed (default) _ dom.event.clipboardevents.enabled Determines whether websites are allowed to access clipboard contents (check out: Block websites from reading or modifying Clipboard contents in Firefox for additional information). True: Websites may read or modify clipboard events. (default) False: Blocks access. - dom.event.contextmenu.enabled Determines whether websites are allowed to block access to the right-click context menu. True: Websites may manipulate the context menu. (default) False: Web pages won't be allowed to manipulate or block the context menu. - dom.popup_allowed_events Defines the JavaScript events that are allowed to create popup windows. change click dblclick mouseup reset submit touchend - Determines if location aware browsing is enabled. True: Location Aware browsing is enabled. (default) False: The feature is disabled which means that you won't get prompts on websites using it. - geo.wifi.uri The data provider used to power Firefox's geolocation feature. (Check out how to switch to a Mozilla operated service) https://www.googleapis.com/geolocation/v1/geolocate?key=%GOOGLE_API_KEY% - network.http.referer.XOriginPolicy Defines when to set the referrer (the page a visit originated from). 0: Never send it. 1: only send if the base domain matches. 2: only send if hosts match. - plugin.state.flash The default state of the Flash plugin. See How to make sure Firefox plugins never activate again for more information. 0: turns off the Flash plugin in Firefox. 1: sets the Flash plugin to ask to activate. 2: enables the Flash plugin.

FIR 57> - CSP - ABOUT CONFIG - How to enable Firefox WebExtensions on Mozilla websites - Mozilla Firefox 57 - privacy.resistFingerprinting.block_mozAddonManager - TRUE - - FORUM HardWare.fr

by decembre
How to enable Firefox WebExtensions on Mozilla websites (in https://www.ghacks.net/2017/10/27/how-to-enable-firefox-webextensions-on-mozilla-websites/): - Load about:config in the Firefox web browser. - You can run a search for just to make sure it does not exist: privacy.resistFingerprinting.block_mozAddonManager. It does not in the most recent Firefox Nightly builds at the time of writing. - Right-click in the part of the window that lists the preferences, and select New > Boolean from the context menu. - Name the new Boolean value: privacy.resistFingerprinting.block_mozAddonManager. - Set its value to true.

October 2017

FIREFOX 50 > / WATERFOX - Firebug is not working with Firefox version 50.0 - Stack Overflow

by decembre (via)
You may be able to reenable Firebug by setting the preferences: - Go to the about:config (type in url bar) - Find xpinstall.signatures.required (set to false) - Find browser.tabs.remote.autostart (set all to false: browser.tabs.remote.autostart.1 and browser.tabs.remote.autostart.2) I'm using Firefox for development, and both Firebug and Firefox development tools, for different purposes (Firebug for DOM and CSS manipulation, which is superior, and Firefox Tools for Console and NET panel, which are cleaner).

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