Among these possible integration problems, some experts wonder if the properties of Tor will be preserved or what would be the complete integration of the two models. With everything and with, just a few days ago and at a meeting of the Tor team, plans to create a "Super Private" browsing mode in Firefox have changed slightly, so that the new proposal, at least initially, is to create an extension that can be called "Tor Mode" in the own Mozilla browser.
So and mainly because of the complexity of the integration Tor directly on Firefox, Mozilla and the Tor team are studying the use of an extension to measure performance impact before integrating it fully into the database. code of the Navigator as such. Therefore, an idea was originally presented to Firefox to incorporate the new "Tor Mode" that would be used to pave the way, all in the form of a complement which would be installed in the browser.
This is how Mozilla prepares "Tor Mode" for your Firefox browser
Keep in mind that initially this new extension would not be added by default to the program, but would be an item that users could download from the company's official store to add to the program. software an activation buttonTor Mode"Or something similar. The system would allow users to experience what could be a complete integration with Tor going through Internet with its usual program, which would also make it possible to know the interest of the general public for this development.
It should be noted that this add-on would configure the browser to use Tor as a proxy and would use other features very similar to the default ones of Tor Browser. Thus, by clicking on the button that would be added corresponding to the "Tor Mode", you will probably open a new window in which a dedicated profile and "Ultra Secure" is used.
In addition, this mode would necessarily require the use of HTTPS, although, as we have said for the moment, all this is in the early stages of development to see what would be the best way to achieve full integration after passing the mentioned extension. What is certain is that all this, that is to say integrate Tor in Firefox, it would bring an experience private navigation real and more secure for a large number of Internet users around the world, which could be an important precedent in this software sector.