Surfing the Internet exposes your privacy to a lot of risks. In fact, other users might see what you visited just by peering at your Web History, or at your Google Searches. Other times instead, it is just you who open the doors to unknown risks. In fact, all the links you add to your Firefox bookmarks section are perfectly accessible to anyone! Let’s see how to password protect such bookmarks thanks to a little, free add-on!
Link Password is one of those add-ons which really saves your privacy. In fact, it prevents users from opening certain bookmarks (links) by adding a password of your choice. Reading from the official add-on page: “Password Protect System For Bookmarks And Links. Do you sometimes need, and password-protect individual bookmarks or link. Perhaps a link to a secret site that no one else will be able to follow.” But this simple tool does a lot more. In fact, it also encrypts your links using its own protocol cryptlink.
If you want to use this add-on, click here.
Tags: add-on, Firefox, security
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