I already described the privacy concerns related to Flash files in the my last post about Firefox add-ons and privacy. Today I want to talk about some interesting Firefox add-ons that could be helpful to reduce privacy risks during Internet navigation.
The first add-on is Flash Control that “controls as and when to display the Flash player and the HTML5 player”. Another similar add-on is Flashblock that does not allow Flash player to send information about your computer until you will decide to allow it. Personally I prefer Flash Control that is very intuitive and you decide when and what to watch just clicking on the Flash icon in the middle of the player.
- NY Times: We Hack Everyone with WebRTC
- Google Release Their New Spider
- Silicon Valley @WebRTCSummit Speaking Opportunities | @ThingsExpo #IoT #M2M #WebRTC #InternetOfThings
- The New York Times uses WebRTC to gather local ip addresses
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