‘Firefox Configuration Guide for Privacy Freaks and Performance Buffs’ article updated

The Firefox Configuration Guide for Privacy Freaks and Performance Buffs article has been updated with further information regarding IndexDB storage and how to control it. The way that Firefox currently handles IndexDB storage is absolutely terrible in my opinion in that there is no easy way to remove it from the Firefox UI, such as by clearing the browser history. This local storage, which can eat up your drive space with 10’s of megabytes of data per domain, is a threat to personal privacy and can be used to fingerprint your browser by the domain that stored the data.