I noticed the site has been down for some time so add them here.
Firefox is being very Google-friendly by default. You should not.
Search suggestions: Send all characters you type (before you've even hit enter) to Google in order to make Google try to guess what you're going to type. How to disable:
-Certificate Patrol shows you new certificates and compares old and new ones when they are exchanged.
-SSLGuard does just that: It enforces https on sites that provide both protocols. It comes with a little list of popular presets and needs manual work to learn more.
-Perspectives can be used manually when you really need a second opinion on the credibility of a certificate.
-Safe to avoid submitting login data over unencrypted lines.
-CipherFox shows the name of the cipher currently used.
-IPFuck is a firefox addon created to simulate the use of a proxy.
-BetterPrivacy is a safeguard which protects from usually not deletable LSO's on Google, YouTube, etc.
-Adblock Plus removes advertising from websites. (note : by default an option is checked to allow non-intrusive advertising)
-HTTPS Everywhere encrypts communications with a number of major websites.
-FireGPG use GPG in your Browser(further development discontinued)
-ShareMeNot Protecting against tracking from third-party social media buttons while still allowing you to use them
-Ghostery Protect against trackers (tags, web bugs/cookies, pixels and beacons)
-AutoProxy chooses proxy server depending on the site you are viewing. Useful for switching between Tor, I2P and direct connection automatically.
-Calomel SSL Validation Addon to show current SSL "strength", disable insecure ciphers, etc.
-FireGloves extension to limit browser fingerprinting by the sites you visit while maintaining most functionality. During limited testing worked for the vast majority of websites with the exception of LastPass addon's configuration dialogs.
>This page was last modified on 20 September 2012, at 01:56.