While the Firefox web browser has loads of security features and plenty of options for blocking ads and keeping your browsing history secure, unfortunately it does have one glaring privacy concern. Even if you regularly clean out your history, cookies, and cache, the browser will still save browsing history for offering suggestions on websites while you type in web addresses. In some cases this can be a handy feature, especially if you frequently type in the same URLs over and over. This can be a problem, however, if multiple people use your computer, as they will see suggested web sites from your previous browsing history while typing in an address – even if you have thoroughly deleted the history.
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