FireFound is a Firefox add-on that helps your find your mobile phone if it is lost or stolen. Every time your phone's location changes, FireFound sends a secure message to a central server with its current location. You can then log into the server and see your phone's current location.
All of the location data is encrypted, so no one can find out where your phone is without your password.
If you lose your phone, you can tell FireFound to clear your personal data (saved passwords, browsing history, etc.) if anyone starts your browser before you can retrieve it.
You can even run your own FireFound server; all of the code is open-source.
Note: All geolocation data is approximate, and should only be used as a guideline. If your phone has been stolen, do not try to retrieve it yourself - alert the police.
After installing FireFound, you'll be asked to choose a username and password for your account. You can use that username and password to log in at the FireFound website and view the latest locations of your phone.
What's New in This Release:
· Fixed bug preventing some WiFi network data from being sent to the server.
What's New in 2.0.3:
· roved first run and upgrade experience