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How to Disable WebRTC

Disable WebRTC in Firefox

WebRTC in Mozilla Firefox is partially supported since Firefox 22, and it’s enabled by default.

To disable WebRTC in Firefox, go to about:config and toggle media.peerconnection.enabled to false.

Disable WebRTC in Chrome

WebRTC in Google Chorme is supported and enabled by default since Chorme version 23 (and based on it, ex. Opera).

Bad news:

You CAN’T turn off WebRTC on desktop version of Google Chrome.

You are only allowed to disable device enumeration. Go to chrome://flags/ and toggle Disable WebRTC device enumeration flag, that prevents any attempts to call media devices. All other WebRTC flags available only on Chrome for Android.

Good news:

There is a Chrome Extension: WebRTC Block, that does nothing, just simply blocks WebRTC and related functions execution


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