Enhanced Tracking Protection in Firefox automatically protects your privacy while you browse.
Blocks many common trackers and harmful scripts and reduces the ability of third parties to collect data about your browsing behavior
Firefox warns you when a login form is not secure and your information could be stolen.
Mozilla does not provide telephone support and does not charge for software downloads, upgrades or technical help. Learn more.
Firefox lets you tell websites not to track your browsing behavior. Learn what tracking is and how to turn on the "Do Not Track" feature.
Learn more about common misconceptions about Private Browsing in Firefox.
Firefox Accounts blocks sign in attempts if it detects unusual activity. Learn how to unblock your account.
Protect your account with two-step authentication.
Firefox Private Browsing is great for viewing websites without saving things such as cookies, temp files, and a history of the pages you visit.
Firefox automatically blocks insecure or mixed content from secure web pages. We'll explain what that means and what options you have.
Learn what information is stored in your Firefox history and how to clear all or part of it if you are using a public or shared computer.
Websites can present Firefox with a certificate to identify themselves. Find out how Firefox checks the authenticity of the sites you visit.
"Content blocking" is a collection of privacy features in Firefox 69 and below. This became "Enhanced Tracking Protection" in Firefox 70.
Learn what information Firefox sends to web sites about your location and how to use and manage location-aware features of your browser.
The Site Information panel in Firefox tells you about connection security, identity and any special website permissions. Learn more.
Firefox uses a padlock icon next to a website's URL to let you know your connection is encrypted. Click on the icon for more information.
Frequently-asked questions for Firefox Monitor.
Firefox contains built-in Phishing and Malware Protection to help keep you safe online. This article explains how they work.
Firefox Monitor empowers users to fight against data breaches by alerting users when they visit a previously breached website.
Firefox lets you control whether or not to autofill your logins and passwords.
The Telemetry feature sends us performance and usage data to help measure how Firefox behaves in the real world and improve it. Learn more.
The privacy benefits of Tracking Protection are now part of content blocking.
Third-party trackers are invisible snippets of code that are present on many websites.
Manage your saved logins and passwords with Firefox Lockwise.
Firefox can be used by several people on a single computer. Learn the basic protections to prevent others form accessing your private data.
The Firefox Election bundle comes with two add-ons to help you stay savvy this election season.
Learn about Web Authentication, a powerful anti-phishing technology.
The difference between Facebook Container and Multi-Account Containers
Learn about information collected when you download and install Firefox, how it's used, privacy considerations and how to opt-out.
Firefox is blocking the use of Kazakhstan root CA certificate to protect your privacy. Learn more about how to stay safe.
If your Custom settings match the settings in Standard, you will be switched back to Standard. This will not affect your settings.
How to protect yourself if suspicious activity is detected on your Firefox Account.
Learn about the various reasons why Firefox makes automatic connections to the Internet and how you can stop it from doing so if you wish.
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Learn how to use Sync in Firefox with a Primary Password (formerly known as a "Master Password") for extra protection.
Learn how Firefox securely saves your passwords.
There are all kinds of scams, viruses and other dangers out in the web. Take these simple steps to protect your computer and personal information.
Learn more about this anti-snooping feature designed to protect your logins from unauthorized access.