Guys over at Mozilla have created a big name for themselves on the online privacy and security front. The Firefox browser as it has all along been has been praised to a lot by third-party reviewers on privacy and security.
It would seem that the guys over at Mozilla wants to take it a notch higher, and they have just baked into Firefox browser, top-notch online privacy, and security standard commonly available on the Tor browser.
For those of you not familiar with Tor browser, it is a browser mainly used to access deep web and dark web content. One uses the browser alongside VPN and a tweak on DNS to remain completely anonymous online as well as erasing all digital footprint on the web.
In its upcoming update, Firefox browser will do away with the feature, canvas fingerprinting. Mozilla wants to eliminate this feature as it enables tracking of the user(s) across multiple websites without using cookies. Mozilla plans to achieve that by implementing some of the features found in the Tor browser; Tor browser is a modified Firefox code that already blocks …read more