Tag Archives | firefox

Searchonymous

Searchonymous helps to prevent your Google searches from tracking by Google or the NSA. When installed no tracking cookies are sent to Google while searching. This is done by blocking certain Google cookies (such as the PREF-ID) or generating randomized ones (which are worthless for tracking).

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Scroll Search Engines

Changes the selected search engine in the search bar by scrolling the mouse over the search bar or search context menu. Also supports keyboard shortcuts ctrl+k and ctrl+shift+k to change the search engine with the keyboard.

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OmniSidebar

Bring your bookmarks into view with just a gesture. Move the sidebar across the screen. Open a different sidebar by just clicking its title. And more! Keeps your sidebar simple and quick to access!

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Encrypted Communications

Encrypted Communications is an add-on for Firefox that encrypts messages to be transmitted in a confidential way, mainly to send E-Mails with sensitive data, or to post on Facebook or any other social network confidentially. If you need to send a secret, this add-on will help.

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Zemanta

Zemanta helps you enhance your blog posts with relevant images, articles, links or tags. All with one simple click! Want to make blogging a little easier? You might want to pick up this exceptional add-on for Firefox. It works with WordPress, Blogger, Tumblr and others.

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Dictionary Pop-Up

The official extension from the people at Dictionary.com, the most popular and trusted online dictionary and thesaurus, to look up word definitions and synonyms anywhere you go with Firefox via a simple pop-up.

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Open IT Online

Open IT Online allows you to open documents and images online without the need of any software to be installed. It supports Google Docs, Zoho, View Docs Online, Vuzit to edit/view documents and Snipshot, Pixlr, Sumo Paint, etc. to edit/view images.

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Piigeon

Piigeon checks whether Web sites protect your passwords and other personal information as you browse the Web. Piigeon indicates this information to you as an icon so that you can decide whether you would like to use a site on your current network.

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