Firefox has just launched version 91 of its beloved browser, and it brings with it a new feature called Enhanced Cookie Clearing that creates a more secure method of removing website data from the browser.
Using its new method of handling cookies, Firefox Strict Mode can prevent hidden privacy violations and allow you to see which websites are storing information on your computer. When you elect to forget a website, Firefox will automatically delete all cookies, supercookies, and any other data stored on your machine.
With traditional cookie deletion techniques, third-party cookies can sometimes stick around when you try to delete them. That’s because websites will often use cross cookies, so deleting data from the site you’ve visited doesn’t necessarily delete all data it has stored.