This is a Linux 32-bit Version of Mozilla's Firefox27.0.1. The browser has about:config settings aimed at good security and privacy. The addons are AdBlock Edge (no whitelist), Better privacy, Redirect cleaner, D/L YouTube as mp4, and YouTube All HTML5. Included is FireFTP 2.0.19, that can be disabled and removed if not needed. SYNC has beeen turned off, it can be enabled in about:config. Recommended is to use about:support to view all changes made to the browser.
Security items include using TLS 1.2 as default, removing all "search helpers", and a reduction of fingerprinting/phoning-home. Privacy entails not responding to tracking, and using Private Browsing Mode as default among others.
Though originally intended and used in Puppy Linux, this browser config is quite suitable in today's monetizing environment. A lot of the pretty pictures get removed because they are ads in disguise. O/L banking and shopping can be accomplished due to security and privacy settings. Just a reminder to use encrypted wifi and an ethernet connection behind an active firewall (modem routers have this). I have found by experience that the browser inflates to about 92Mb.
For end-users at Puppy Linux a SHA256 sum is posted there, for others theres a small txt file here with the SHA256 sum.