Mozilla Firefox (Danish Wikipedia)

Analisys of sources in references of the Wikipedia ariticle da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mozilla Firefox

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mozilla.orgwiki.mozilla.org↓ (3), blog.mozilla.org↓ (2), support.mozilla.org↓ (1), mozilla.org↓ (1), hacks.mozilla.org↓ (1), developer.mozilla.org↓ (1)9547695
mozilla.commozilla.com↓ (1), blog.mozilla.com↓ (1)278644052
davidwalsh.namedavidwalsh.name↓ (1)1low7111
archive.orgweb.archive.org↓ (1)127
zdnet.comzdnet.com↓ (1)14371258
mozillazine.orgforums.mozillazine.org↓ (1)192566529
macrumors.commacrumors.com↓ (1)113712106
webcitation.orgwebcitation.org↓ (1)1560357

blog.mozilla.com

blog.mozilla.org

  • 2. January 26, 2021, mozilla.org: Firefox 85 Cracks Down on Supercookies Citat: "...Trackers and adtech companies have long abused browser features to follow people around the web...In Firefox 85, we’re introducing a fundamental change in the browser’s network architecture to make all of our users safer: we now partition network connections and caches by the website being visited. Trackers can abuse caches to create supercookies and can use connection identifiers to track users. But by isolating caches and network connections to the website they were created on, we make them useless for cross-site tracking...In short, supercookies can be used in place of ordinary cookies to store user identifiers, but they are much more difficult to delete and block...", backup
  • 6. Coates, Michael. "Security Vulnerability in Firefox 16". Mozilla Security Blog. Hentet 2012-10-17. 

davidwalsh.name

developer.mozilla.org

forums.mozillazine.org

hacks.mozilla.org

macrumors.com

mozilla.com

mozilla.org

support.mozilla.org

web.archive.org

  • 2. January 26, 2021, mozilla.org: Firefox 85 Cracks Down on Supercookies Citat: "...Trackers and adtech companies have long abused browser features to follow people around the web...In Firefox 85, we’re introducing a fundamental change in the browser’s network architecture to make all of our users safer: we now partition network connections and caches by the website being visited. Trackers can abuse caches to create supercookies and can use connection identifiers to track users. But by isolating caches and network connections to the website they were created on, we make them useless for cross-site tracking...In short, supercookies can be used in place of ordinary cookies to store user identifiers, but they are much more difficult to delete and block...", backup

webcitation.org

wiki.mozilla.org

zdnet.com

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