Do Not Track extension causing crashes
Should I turn off the Firefox tracking option if I added the Do Not Track extension? Are they interfering with each other? My latest crashes show Do not Track as the culprit. I don't know if the Firefox tracking option is turned on by default. If it is then it is on, otherwise it is off. Do I need to contact Do not Track if they are the ones that offered their extension to Firefox?
I don't see Do not tract in the Help information, but that is what appears when the computer crashes.
The do not track setting in Options only make Firefox send a DNT=1 header as part of the HTTP response headers that are send to the server.
The Do Not Track Plus extension does a lot more then that and if the extension isn't working properly then you need to disable the extension and contact the developer for advice.
- Do Not Track Plus: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/donottrackplus/
My question wasn't answered.
Is the Firefox tracking set by default?
If no, then my Do Not Track Plus extension is doing something it shouldn't.
I don't know what a DNT is.
DNT is a short for Do Not Track.
The HTTP response header is what Firefox send to a server to request a file and that DNT=1 header is added if you enable that setting in Options.