“I have read and agree to the Terms” is the biggest lie on the web. This add-on, Terms of Service; Didn’t Read, aim to fix that. Get informed instantly about websites’ terms & privacy policies, with ratings and summaries from the www.tosdr.org initiative.
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Very simple add-on that closes the current tab and make Firefox forget about the visit: suppressing cookies related to the current page, cleaning (beware : may be partial) the browser history and so on.
Get a faster browsing experience with SpeedFox. Customized new tab and shortcuts to your favorite websites. Open the SpeedFox Overlay on any website with CTRL+Q. No more misspellings in your URLs with the automatic URL fixer.
Stop giving away your personal information online by creating disposable email addresses, phone numbers, and credit cards with MaskMe. Websites don’t need your personal info, and now you don’t have to give it to them. MaskMe is free!
Are you concerned about your privacy? Or, are you blocked from some websites by a firewall? And, are you arming yourself with a proxy? In that case, AutoProxy is designed for you! A tool to help you use your proxy automatically & efficiently.
DuckDuckGo is a search engine that does not track you. Adds DuckDuckGo as the default address bar, search bar and right-click search engine. Adds a handy toolbar button for easy access to !bang tags. Adds DuckDuckGo instant answers to Google/Bing.
Want to keep a YouTube video playing over and over and over again? Try out the YouTube Auto Reply add-on for Firefox. It enables automatic reply of a YouTube video or just a part of a video again and again.
Want a Firefox add-on that will alert you to the latest and greatest information you need to know? Then you have come to the right spot. I have been reading through my archives here at Firefox Facts to find you the 24 alert add-ons that you should not live without. Everything from webmaster tools to traceroutes and pings are covered – so I hope you enjoy this list and share it with others!
The Skip Cert Error Firefox extension enables skipping the SSL/TLS certificate error page, for specific configurable conditions, like self-signed cert or unknown issuer, by adding a temporary exception.
The add-on, Bell of Mindfulness, delivers a bell that reminds us to breathe and be mindful of our body and mind.
Here is a little more about the add-on from the developers:
In the busy time of our daily life, we let our mind float away to many distractions. We forget about our body, our breath, and our mind; we forget about the unity of our mind and body. In order to remind us of this unification, the bell of mindfulness is meant for us to bring our mind back to our body. When we hear the sound of the bell, please stop what we are doing and take three breaths to bring our mind back to our body. Let this unification happen and be happy in the present moment.
Want to pick it up? You can get the Bell of Mindfulness add-on for Firefox from the Firefox Add-ons website.