Enhanced Tracking Protection for automatic tracker blocking
Back in September, Mozilla enabled Enhanced Tracking Protection by default in Firefox.
The move came as part of an effort to create a more private web for users by blocking third-party trackers, cookies, crypto-miners, and tools that track personal information from the browsing habit of the user.
The data is usually used for serving a personalized experience on the website as well as ads.
In addition to this, Mozilla is also integrating a password generator into Lockwise, the password management tool it has been offering with Firefox.
It will suggest a unique password whenever you sign up on an online service. The same capability has also been integrated with Firefox Monitor, which alerts whenever your email gets compromised in a breach.