Anonymous browsing for Firefox
- Bypasses firewalls
- Masks your IP address
- Encrypts all of your online activities
- Hard to tell if it's doing anything at all
UltraSurf Firefox Tool is a pro-privacy internet browsing tool that will let you search the web without leaving any traces of your identity behind.
In this day and age, it seems like the internet giants are trying to keep tabs on everyone. Google wants to know what you're browsing for, as does Facebook, so both companies can tailor the ads you see on your pages directly to your supposed interests. They also track your location so the ads are locale-specific.
If you don't like the idea of internet companies tracking you using your personal data while browsing online, you're not alone. That's why UltraSurf Firefox Tool was created. People want privacy while web browsing and that's what they get with UltraSurf Firefox Tool, at least according to the app's developers.
UltraSurf Firefox Tool performs a myriad of different tasks in order to protect your privacy online while using Firefox as a browser. For example, it will bypass firewalls for you, encrypt all of your web-based activities so they can't be tracked, circumvent censors and mask your IP address, making you virtually untraceable online. Best of all is that UltraSurf Firefox Tool is completely invisible, so it won't get in the way of your browsing experience.
UltraSurf Firefox Tool's biggest plus is also a huge downside though. If you can't see it working, how do you know it's working at all? Some users will find this frustrating and not be able to tell if UltraSurf Firefox Tool is doing the job it says it does.
If you can get past that though, UltraSurf Firefox Tool is a pretty handy feature for Firefox web surfers.