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ESET and Privacy Badger


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Hello, I'm using ESET Internet Security both on my mobile and CPU devices. Recently I've started to use Firefox, and there I found that Privacy Badger extension, which is supposed to block trackers. I've installed it, and now it shows few things blocked on almost every website (not here though). So here is my question, is it needed/helpful to have on top od ESET, or I'm just copying the same funcionalities?

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I don't expect ESET to clash with a browser extension so it should be ok to use both concurrently.

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Noted, but I was wodering if such functions (tracker blocking etc.) are already included in ESET or do I need to rely on other software in that regard?

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2 hours ago, bobsklops said:

Noted, but I was wodering if such functions (tracker blocking etc.) are already included in ESET or do I need to rely on other software in that regard?

Eset browser protections are designed to detect malware and potentially unwanted content. Eset doesn't address other issues such as privacy considerations. If those are a concern, then use of like extensions/add-ons is at the user's discretion.

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