0Mozilla Firefox LogoUse encrypted SNI in firefox and sync the setting

I’m always looking to keep my internet access as secure as possible. One thing that recent came to light is encrypted SNI. If you don’t know what this is google is your friend. If you want to make use of it in firefox you have to turn it on as it is off by default

in the addresws bar go to about:config and go ahead when warned

Use the search bar to find the setting network.security.esni.enabled and double click to turn it on

In the search bar search for services.sync.prefs.network.security.esni.enabled and click the + button that appears

This second setting tells firefox sync to sync the first preference with firefox sync (assuming you are signed in) so you only have to do this once and it will apply to all your firefox installs

Happy secure browsing.

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