Privacy and security settings
Learn how to keep your information safe and secure with Firefox's private browsing, password features and other security settings.
- Passwords, forms, search, and history - control what Firefox suggests
- Content blocking Content blocking is collection of Firefox privacy settings that blocks you from being tracked online. Learn how it works and how to adjust your settings.
- Does Firefox share my location with websites? Learn what information Firefox sends to web sites about your location and how to use and manage location-aware features of your browser.
- What is the Accessibility Service Indicator? This article describes the implications of allowing or restricting access to accessibility services and its effect on performance.
- Allow or block media autoplay in Firefox Firefox prevents media from playing automatically on websites you visit, unless you grant permission. Learn more about this feature.
- What if I'm locked out of Two-Step Authentication? Disable two-step authentication or use a recovery code to regain access, if you have been locked out of your two-step authentication login.
- Control Center - manage site privacy and security controls The Control Center in Firefox lets you manage site security and privacy settings in one place.
- Enhanced Tracking Protection in Firefox for desktop Enhanced Tracking Protection is a collection of Firefox features that protect your privacy while you browse.
- How is Facebook Container different from Multi-account Containers? The difference between Facebook Container and Multi-Account Containers
- "Certificate cannot be trusted" warning in Kazakhstan Firefox is blocking the use of Kazakhstan root CA certificate to protect your privacy. Learn more about how to stay safe.
- How Firefox Sync keeps your data safe even if TLS fails Firefox Sync encrypts your data before it ever leaves your device, and ensures that the password to unlock this encryption is never transmitted to the server.