Episode 921 – Firefox 85 Goes After Supercookies To Protect Your Privacy

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Firefox continues to be my go-to browser for a number of reasons. The biggest is Mozilla’s upfront focus on user privacy and the latest release, Firefox 85, continues to show that. This episode talks about Firefox’s attack on supercookies, what they are and how they are making them useless.

Firefox Release notes – https://blog.mozilla.org/security/2021/01/26/supercookie-protections/

Be aware, be safe.

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