- Sep 15, 2008
It looks like there are some nice speed increases this time, always a great thing.
It is $4.99 per month for up to 5 devices.Wow, after installing it (very quick, on my PC), it popped up a page for "Mozilla VPN". That actually sounds interesting. Albeit, it looks like a paid option. (Maybe they're not operating the service themselves, but sub-contracting it out to one of the existing VPN companies? Does anyone know?)
I'm guessing the multi-account containers add-on will still be useful since there is little chance google would develop security that would render their cookies useless.Better late than never -
Firefox 'Site Isolation' feature enters user testing, expected next year
I'm guessing the multi-account containers add-on will still be useful since there is little chance google would develop security that would render their cookies useless.
When this feature comes out a website on my PC will be isolated with this new feature, sandboxed through firefox, stuck in multi-account container and sandboxed with Sandboxie. I believe in layering your security but this seems a bit overkill or over complicated. As long as it works and I still have enough RAM to do what I want I welcome the security and privacy upgrades.
I only played a around a little bit with full VMs in the past. I still use a light VM (Shadow Defender) for when I'm knowingly surfing sketchy sites. It only virtualizes your currect OS drive and other drives you choose. You can turn it on any time and off with a reboot or off by shutting down.That sounds good to me. Good poing about multi account containers and google.
Do you ever browse in VMs? I think that is a good way to keep things siloed for banking etc.
Different browsers for different social media, etc. is probably a good strategy also. You can install the Firefox Dev edition along side normal Firefox and run both simultaneously.
Yeah, I got tired of FF not functioning on several websites. Tried Edge, at least the sites that were not functioning work. I found an ext. to put the favs in the side. I am happy ... for the minute.I still cannot get FF to play 4K videos on YT. Chrome works fine, but FF does not. I've enabled the webm (vp() codec in the browser but it still won't do it. This is all on Linux Mint, by the way.