Mozilla, the non-profit open-source software foundation, is adding new cryptomining and fingerprinting protection options to its custom content blocking preferences in Firefox 67, which is due to be released May 14th 2019.
According to the bug details on Mozilla’s Bugzilla, this new feature will give Firefox users the ability to block “scripts on websites that can use a computer’s resources to mine cryptocurrency without a user’s knowledge”. The options will be added to the Content Blocking settings, which currently include Trackers and Cookies. With Firefox 67, fingerprinting – the ability to
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