Having gone through some of the security settings for Internet Explorer, now I want to shift my attention to Mozilla Firefox. I will be talking about some of the security measures that you should take when you are using Mozilla Firefox. This will help you to prevent third parties from having access to your information.
How to go about it…
The very first thing is to launch the Mozilla Firefox browser.
Next, you will click the Tools menu item and select Options.
You have to select Security from the Options window.
Check the option “Warn me when sites try to install add-ons” so that the browser can prompt you when websites try to install an add-on to your computer.
The next thing is to click the Exceptions button and enter the URL address of the website that you would like to allow and click Allow to specify the website you are to allow.
Check the “Block reported attack sites” option to avoid visiting a malicious website.
Check the option “Block reported web forgeries” to actively check whether the site being visited is an attempt to steal personal information.
You have to uncheck the “Remember password for sites” option to prevent the browser from remembering the passwords for the login pages visited.
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