What extensions do you use for Firefox?
Toggle this in ABP and you get rid of the checkbox. It's basically ABE but you can enjoy being on the "official" version.
Or switch to µBlock…
Dropped adblock for ublock and it's been running great. Still using ReuestPolicy and Noscript even though ublock can do most of that too. I alreaduy "trained" them for most of the sites I use, and they auto-sync their rules to all of my devices.
HTTPS everywhere because duh
HTTPS finder for stuff HTTPS everywhere doesn't have rules for
Keyfox to interface with my password DB
Flagfox and WOT to just know more about where I'm going on the net.
Perspectives doesn't always work as well as it could but it's useful for fingerprint checking website's certs
Preferences monitor to prevent unwanted config changes
Self destructing cookies and betterprivacy for cookie cleanup
Something without those hideously rounded tabs.
Adblock Plus Pop-up Addon
Element Hiding Helper for Adblock Plus
YouTube Video and Audio Downloader 0.4.3
the last one requires FFmpeg to recombine 1080p video and audio DASH
Shift+F2 > screenshot --fullpage
>Self destructing cookies
adopt a patrician attitude:
- don't allow cookies
- make a whitelist for websites you trust
- if you need a cookie for 4chan (you don't) accept it just for the session
lmaoing at the retards that dont use shift+f2 screenshot --fullpage
I forgot to mention that I'm using about:config a lot
many advices are in pic related but it's not updated
I'm not allowing referrers for example and that's why I don't need a plugin for that
I used to do that until the EU changed the law in a retarded way. Now I am forced to allow cookies on most websites or they outright block me. They have to explicitly ask me permission now.
This is where SDC shines, I can just take all their shitty cookies and be rid of them as soon as I stop visiting, no tracking harm done even for a session.
accidentally reset everything on Saturday.
just came back to fix shit today.
tells you all the software / services / programming language used on the webpage, pic related is this one.
Sure, if you believe the shills that just want you to remove all your tried and true privacy addons for the latest and ``greatest'' addon that can protect you oh so much. Just remove those pesky bloated addons and install the new lean and mean uBlock, designed to do it all and be your friend. Gotta go fast, kids, don't forget.
>why he didn't do the opposite?
Probably used Chrome/Chromium as his main browser?
And/or figured adblocking for Firefox was already "good enough" and Chrome/Chromium was in desperate need of an alternative?
Who knows. Does it matter?
Just these two. I hardly use the second one though I just like to follow its development.