Mozilla Firefox Has Removed 23 Firefox Add-Ons

Mozilla Firefox users have had their online history followed by an application that was intended to secure protection. 

The mainstream Web Security application, which has been introduced by 222,746 Firefox users, was found snooping at the sites clients visited. 

It was done as such by recording each page a client tapped on in the program and after that sending this data to a particular address on the web where it was put away.

This is regardless of it guaranteeing to currently securing clients ‘from malware, altered sites or phishing destinations that intend to take your own information.’ 

A week ago the extra was even suggested on the authority Firefox blog. Mozilla cleansed 23 Firefox extensions from the authority Firefox Add-ons site Mozilla AMO and programs the extensions were introduced today.

The boycott influences 23 extensions for Firefox that were introduced by in excess of 500,000 users of the program. 
At the point when the architects explored it was found that numerous additional items are utilizing a similar code yet using diverse names. All extensions have since been expelled from the Firefox store and will never again be accessible to download.

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