I don't think so.
Today I got to know that the development of uMatrix has stopped
for now. And sadly it's not
finished, because there are a lot of issues still not doen. This even was one of the reasons why the maintainer stopped developing:
I can't and won't be spending any more time on this project, and neither on all such issues.
Soo that's a pity for me. I used to use "request policy"
once, a tool that blocked all cross-domain-connections in a first place and allowed them only manually. That was pretty cool, this way I blocked all the trackers and potential trackers except I allow it explicit (for example I don't care if youtube.com uses resources from google.com or if twitch.tv uses resources from images.amazon.com).
Then one day request policy
was discontinued and the developer recommended "uMatrix".uMatrix
is a browser addOn that does allmost the same: It blocks all cross domain requests except those from a whitelist. Additionally to request policy the user can even decide to allow images and videos from a domain but no scripts or frames. I don't use this feature a lot, I want to have control to which domains I send requests so they are probably aware which website I'm visiting but this happens with every request no matter if I request an image or a JSON file. So I tend to deny all types or allow all types.
So anyways… uMatrix also goes on pause. So I'm not in hurry, the AddOn works fine at the moment, but I don't know how long it will do so. That's why I ask you
my beloved contacts: Do you know an alternative firefox addon that gives me maximum control over cross domain requests?
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