Configure Firefox for anonymity

To get started, type the following in the address bar of the Firefox browser:

about:config

Below I will describe what settings transmit information about the user, for faster search, you can copy and paste the parameter into the search bar.

Google Safe Browsing (the parameter includes the transmission of information about the sites visited by the user on Google and prevents visits to sites with malicious software):

browser.safebrowsing.enabled
browser.safebrowsing.downloads.enabled
browser.safebrowsing.malware.enabled

Sending stability and performance reports to Firefox:

datareporting.healthreport.service.enabled
datareporting.healthreport.uploadEnabled

Usage statistics:

toolkit.telemetry.enabled

The parameter transmits the real IP address even if a VPN connection or TOR is used:

media.peerconnection.enabled

Enabling integration with the Pocket service:

browser.pocket.enabled

Using geolocation:

geo.enabled

Firefox connects to third-party servers without permission:

loop.enabled

Saving typed text in the search, for further tips:

browser.search.suggest.enabled

Enabling locks to track user information:

privacy.trackingprotection.enabled
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