Utilizing Browser Security Extension Blur DoNotTrackMe. Do Not Track Plus (DNT+) to DoNotTrackMe (DNTMe). This free browser extension is extremely useful. 

Utilizing Browser Security Extension Blur DoNotTrackMe

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Utilizing Browser Security Extension Blur DoNotTrackMe

 

Utilizing Browser Security Extension Blur DoNotTrackMe. Blur has gone through a variety of different handles – from Do Not Track Plus (DNT+) to DoNotTrackMe (DNTMe). Regardless of the name, this free browser extension is extremely useful. Utilizing Browser Security Extension Blur DoNotTrackMe

It blocks trackers on the internets via an Abine design. Abine, a privacy company based in Boston, Massachusetts, first came out with the extension back in March 2011.

The blur extension boasts of password security. The user can create strong, encrypted passwords with one click, save those passwords in a secure environment, and even utilize Touch ID and other features for faster login. Even more, Blur also offers a “secure payment” feature. Utilizing Browser Security Extension Blur DoNotTrackMe

Blur’s official extension page gives details on the secure payment feature:

  • Shop online without ever giving out your credit card to merchants (yup!)
  • Masked Cards let you pay using new disposable credit cards (like PayPal, but better)
  • Auto-fill your real encrypted credit card, billing, and address info for fast checkouts, when you choose
  • Charges show up as Abine, Inc. on your statement to protect your privacy (that’s what we do)

In addition, Blur also promises to block hundreds of businesses (including Facebook) from covertly gathering your online history and information, as well as blocking tracking that doesn’t depend on cookies. Even more, Blur also takes their customer feedback seriously.

Utilizing Browser Security Extension Blur DoNotTrackMe

According to their official information release, over 10 million users daily are providing feedback for the extension to ultimately make it better.

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With AES-256 password/data encryption, host-proof hosting, and key JavaScript processes running in protected contexts and not on the page itself, Blur is definitely worth looking into.

The extension is now available on a variety of different browsers, including (but not limited to):

  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Safari
  • Internet Explorer
  • IOS
  • Android

Blur can be downloaded and installed from your browser’s default website. The installation is self-explanatory; you click “add to ___” and let your browser handle the rest. Utilizing Browser Security Extension Blur DoNotTrackMe

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