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Firefox: Privacy Related "about:config" Tweaks

Firefox: Privacy Related "about:config" Tweaks

This is a collection of privacy-related about:config tweaks. We'll show you how to enhance the privacy of your Firefox browser on desktop.

Preparation:

  1. Enter "about:config" in the firefox address bar and press enter.
  2. Press the button "Accept the Risk and Continue" [FF71+] or "I accept the risk".
  3. Copy and paste each of the preferences below (for example "webgl.disabled") into the search bar, and set each of them to the stated value (such as "true").

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While software like NoScript prevents this, it's probably a good idea to block this protocol directly as well, just to be safe. Note: This disables browser-based call functionality that is used for webapps like Discord, Hangouts, Jitsi, etc.

  1. In short: Set "media.peerconnection.enabled"...

Firefox is fast, reliable, open-source, and respects your privacy. Don't forget to adjust the settings according to our recommendations: Privacy Add-ons WebRTC about:config tweaks .

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