Firefox has unveiled its latest feature called Firefox Relay, designed to provide an extra layer of security to users' email addresses. Relay creates a disposable email mask that can be used for site registrations and form submissions. This innovative approach ensures that the user's real email address remains hidden and protected from potential data breaches.

With Relay, Firefox users can generate temporary email addresses that automatically forward messages to their actual inbox while removing trackers and advertising spam. This feature not only enhances online privacy but also simplifies the user experience. Users have the flexibility to view a list of their "masked" email addresses and deactivate them when necessary.

Previously available as a separate extension, Firefox has now integrated Relay directly into the browser, making it more accessible to users. The rollout of Firefox Relay has already begun, and in a matter of weeks, this added layer of protection will be available to all Firefox users.