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A whitelist approach is a good way to go in my opinion. This allows you to access the sites you have some trust in and block potentially dangerous functionality on all others. Once you've got the base list set up then you don't have to tweak it much.
There are a number of firefox extensions that allow fine control over the various features of browsing which relate to privacy and security.
The examples listed are some that allow whitelisting, there are plenty of other enhancements to security. I'd suggest having a quick look through them and picking the ones that work for you:
- -- With Regards.. Barrie Dempster (zeedo) - Fortiter et Strenue
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