Ghostery 7, now easier and more practical than ever to manage crawlers on the web

Ghostery has just released the seventh version of its well-known privacy extension for web browsers, now available for Chrome, Firefox and Opera, and also awaiting its arrival soon for Edge browsers.

Ghostery points out that they have counted on the collaboration of their user community for the development of the new version, with months of testing, hundreds of messages to the support center, as well as thousands of responses received through surveys.In this sense, the new version stands out for its complete redesign with the aim of being easier to use for any user, also offering advanced features for those users who have a lot of technical knowledge.

Also included tracker alerts, in order that users have the information they need to be able to select to keep some trackers with respect to others according to their characteristics, knowing which of these trackers are necessary for the operation of the websites they visit with respect to those trackers that only They impair the browsing experience, in addition to other problems.

I know improves the functionality of the purple box with the launch of its new interface, which offers the user the information they need at the time they want to access it. For those who don't want the purple box, its presence can be disabled from the configuration options.

Also, configuration can now be carried out directly from the extension, instead of having to go to a web interface for it, and the links to make Ghostery aware of new crawlers as well as broken pages are now more accessible.

Also indicate that the Account users have enhanced features and other functionality, such as the possibility of synchronizing the configuration between browsers and devices, in others.