Firefox 55 added a new privacy feature, called First-Party Isolation, that safeguards users from cross-site tracking. Here’s how you can enable First-Party Isolation in Firefox.
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There are plenty of privacy settings and extensions that are supposed to protect us, but are not really working. Check out the list here.
Sometimes you just need to delete site-specific cookies rather than all the cookies stored in your Chrome browser. Here is how you can do so.
To prevent third-party cookies from tracking your online activity, you can disable third-party cookies in Firefox and Chrome. Here’s how you can do it.
Browser cookies are generally harmless but for those don’t want web sites to access to your personal information, you can now remove cookies in Chrome on a per-tab basis.
Cookies are a major part of what makes websites work. However, there are certain aspects about them that could be used maliciously, particularly in the case of third-party cookies. We will dive into the differences between first- and third-party cookies and examine how they act maliciously on some websites.
The longer you use your computer (be it running Windows, Mac OS X or Linux), the more crap you have in it, and the slower it become. If you browse the web very often, the cookies that stored in the browser can quickly form the bulk of the “crap” that contribute to the slow performance […]