If you are serious about protecting your information online, Firefox and its suite of privacy tools can protect your personal information while browsing websites.
Mozilla's Firefox web browser for Windows and MacOS protects you, by default, from trackers that track your browsing history, cross-site tracking cookies that track you from site to site (and how to track them), and cryptominers, Secretly use your device's resources to discover cryptocurrency and fingerprints that uniquely identify you by your device, settings, and apps.
Much of the work that Firefox does for you, however, takes place in the background To see how often websites try to collect information about you without your consent, Firefox is now delivered with a privacy report that lets you see in real time How often websites try to collect information about you. How to use the new Firefox privacy report.
How to Use the Firefox Privacy Report
The report shows you the trackers, cookies, fingerprints, and cryptos that Firefox protects against.
. 2 In the address bar, click on the sign on the left. (The sign is dark gray if Firefox does not detect trackers on the page, and purple-blue if it blocks something.)
3. In the "Locked" area, tap a caption to exactly to see which trackers, cookies and other elements Firefox on this website has prevented you from following them.
4. At the bottom, tap Protection to specify how Firefox protects you.
5. Tap View report at the bottom to see a daily report of Firefox-locked trackers.
For more information about Firefox and privacy, see our Mozilla Browser manual. For more privacy information, see our Robocalls Ending Guide.