How to make secure your browser (Firefox & Chrome)

- December 04, 2017
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How to make secure your Firefox and Chrome Browser? In order to browse the Internet on desktop and smartphones, users use Mozilla more than using Firefox or Google Chrome. As we all know, browsing the internet is often not considered safe. That's because hackers try to steal users' personal data through the Internet. In such a way, it is very important for users to take special care to protect their data while browsing. Because of this, we are going to tell you how to browse safe on Chrome and Firefox. It will not be able to hack users' personal data or credit card passwords.
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How to make Safe Browsing on Google Chrome:

1- Go to the settings panel of Chrome and click on Advance and click on the privacy section. Check the box for Use a web service to help resolve navigation errors and use a web service to help resolve spelling errors. Also check Enable phishing and malware protection.

2- It will have a Content Settings tab, click on it. From here you can restrict the content. For example: Disabling javascript and banning plug-ins. After that, Chrome alerts you about such sites as the above content is present.

3- If you save your password on Chrome, then the person who uses your PC can access your information easily. In such a way, you should not save your personal and important passwords on Chrome. This is also because the passwords can not be encrypted in Chrome. While encryption is possible through Firefox in the Master Password feature.

4- Chrome syncs all the data of the user, including the password and settings, and when the user logs from another device, then Chrome syncs that data to the new device. Google offers many security features to address this problem. For this go to the Google Account Security page and enable Google's 2 step verification. You have to enter a special code for this. By doing this, whenever you open your account with a new computer or mobile, alerts related to it will be sent to your phone.

5- In addition to the Google Account Security page, you can also turn on email or phone notifications. With this, if someone tries to login to your account, you are sent a notification to the phone or e-mail for this.

6- There are several such extensions for Google Chrome that provide additional security. For example: Web of Trust (WOT) extension gives you alerts about unsafe websites. ADBlock Extensions removes malware from malware.

How to Safe on Firefox: Browsing Safe:

1- Users should always keep in mind that they use the existing or updated version of the browser.
2- Check the lock icon given in the States bar, which states that you are browsing a secure website.

3- In addition, whenever you make an online payment, pay attention to https in the location bar. It's important to have https in the location bar.

4- Go to Firefox's Tools menu and click on Options. After this, clicking on privacy can secure the entire browsing history. This becomes extremely important when you are using a public computer. Below you can also see a picture related to it.

5- Shopping from the internet or your personal information should only be given on websites that are reliable. Do not give your personal information to any website without checking. Do not even pay online as well.

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