Ghostfox, simply put, is a Firefox extension which enables Firefox to behave in much the same way as Ghostzilla. Ghostzilla was a Web browser like Firefox, but it disappeared instantly and showed up discreetly blended with your application -- any application -- so the web pages look like part of the application, and not like a browser at all.

Disambiguation notice:
If you came to this page expecting to find Ghostfox, the secure proxy browser, a customized implementation of Firefox, click here.

Ghostfox allows you to change the display of the pages you are viewing when activated. It can be set to remove all images, set text in grayscale and more. Try it out and see for yourself!

Currently, Ghostfox is only available for use on Windows platforms. However, we will be looking at the prospect of porting it to both Mac and Linux in the very near future. Thanks for your patience as we endeavor to move this project along!

Firefox embedded in Paint:
Ghostfox embedding Firefox in MS Paint.

To understand it better, have a look at some more screenshots of Ghostfox in action.

Getting started:

  1. Get Firefox
  2. Install Ghostfox
  3. Learn how to use Ghostfox