Firefox 99 also saves credit card data on request

Mozilla, the company behind Firefox, has always been fiercely committed to giving users as much control over their web experiences as possible. They’ve extended a new feature in the latest version of Firefox that automatically stores your credit card data. It is just one more way Mozilla uses technology to give you more power over your life online.

The latest version of Firefox now has the ability to store the credit card details you enter on websites and use to make purchases. Mozilla is, of course, aware that this information is sensitive personal data and should not fall into the wrong hands under any circumstances. That is why a new module has been added to the browser to protect the information from being used for fraud.

In the privacy settings in the Settings menu, you can ask the browser to ask for the Windows password every time you want to use your credit card details – a bit like when you need to use a PIN or fingerprint to enter your card details on a smartphone. But of course, this is only an option if your Windows system is password protected in the first place.

Did you know about Firefox?

Firefox is a free web browser that you can download onto your computer. It’s made by Mozilla, a nonprofit organization that promotes openness, innovation, and opportunity on the Internet. Firefox is fast, secure, and customizable, and it has a lot of features that other browsers don’t have. For example, you can add extensions to Firefox to customize your browsing experience. You can also use Firefox Sync to sync your bookmarks, history, and passwords across all your devices.


This is an excellent feature for those who frequently use their credit cards online. It makes it easier and faster to checkout without entering all your credit card information every time. This also makes it more convenient for those who have multiple credit cards and need to choose which one to use each time they shop online.