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memory-report.json contains hundreds of unwanted websites

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I go to about:memory > Save memory reports - Measure and save and then view the output, a report called memory-report.json.

In this report I see approximately 30 blocks of text, each of which contains approximately 50 to 100 website URLs. Several blocks contain only porn URLs. I have viewed porn, but only in Google Images; I don't visit the websites.

Why is this information being stored by Firefox?

Note: my Firefox is set to Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed. However, even after closing and opening Firefox, all the information is still in the report.

A sample of two of these blocks of text is attached.

I go to '''about:memory''' > '''Save memory reports - Measure and save''' and then view the output, a report called '''memory-report.json'''. In this report I see approximately 30 blocks of text, each of which contains approximately 50 to 100 website URLs. Several blocks contain only porn URLs. I have viewed porn, but ''only'' in Google Images; I don't visit the websites. ''Why is this information being stored by Firefox?'' Note: my Firefox is set to '''Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed'''. However, even after closing and opening Firefox, ''all the information is still in the report''. A sample of two of these blocks of text is attached.
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This is associated with one of your extensions, you can identify it by visiting about:debugging in the address bar, clicking "This Firefox" and searching for "be62097b-8f3d-4226-85a0-458d896a3362".

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This is associated with one of your extensions, you can identify it by visiting about:debugging in the address bar, clicking "This Firefox" and searching for "be62097b-8f3d-4226-85a0-458d896a3362".

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