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Are add ons safe?

I recently installed some add ons from the firefox browser, and they proved to be very useful for me. But they ask for the permission to access all the data for all the w… (funda kabanzi)

I recently installed some add ons from the firefox browser, and they proved to be very useful for me. But they ask for the permission to access all the data for all the websites. This is something which scares me. Is it safe to give these add ons access to data, and then use browser for purposes like online banking.

Expecting help from your firefox team. Thanks

Asked by uddhavgpt 1 unyaka odlule

Answered by TyDraniu 1 unyaka odlule

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Encrypted server name indication - ESNI

In the previous version of Firefox Beta for Android downloaded from Google Play Store, I could toggle the esni option to true, under about:config. Now this version 85.0.0… (funda kabanzi)

In the previous version of Firefox Beta for Android downloaded from Google Play Store, I could toggle the esni option to true, under about:config. Now this version 85.0.0-beta.2 the option is removed. I have enabled trr.mode to level 3, also the trr uri is unchanged and using Mozilla Cloudflare DNS. But when I use Cloudflares ESNI checker, Firefox Beta fails the ESNI test. Why was this option the network security esni mode? Or is under a different name? This issue is also present in the Firefox Nightly Build for Android from Google Play Store.

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Answered by Paul 1 unyaka odlule

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customer banning

I've been Firefox user since first available. Is it true what people are saying that Mozilla is collecting user website visit data and will soon begin banning people from… (funda kabanzi)

I've been Firefox user since first available. Is it true what people are saying that Mozilla is collecting user website visit data and will soon begin banning people from using Firefox if they visit websites that differ politically from Mozilla's? All big tech companies are doing this and my son said Mozilla issued press release saying people who don't agree with Mozilla politics should be ”punished”. I'm in my mid 70s and trying to protect myself from problems.

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Answered by TA 1 unyaka odlule