Mozilla has released a new private browsing feature in a beta release of the Firefox browser that promises genuine private browsing.
East European attackers have been targeting a zero-day vulnerability in the Firefox browser's PDF viewer, warned Mozilla's Daniel Veditz in a blog post.
Windows 10 shipped this week and with it a bevy of new apps from Microsoft. Chief among them is a replacement for the long derided Internet Explorer in the form of Edge. While the update to the baked-in browser is widely seen as an upgrade, users have found that an upgrade to Windows 10 will disregard the previous version's default browser and automatically institute Edge as Web surfing go-to.
The beta is over for HashiCorp's Atlas infrastructure version control system, and according to the company, it doubled nodes unders management each month for the half a year it was being tested in the public.
Cloud Foundry Foundation has brought on another big name to help guide the fledgling organization's path and build a strong community of partners and developers. Fresh from Mozilla, Stormy Peters has joined the company to head up its developer relations efforts – a role similar to the one she held at her previous employer.
Mozilla, provider of the Firefox browser, is upping the bounties it pays for finding bugs in its products "dramatically," and moving to a variable bounty amount.
Mozilla is actively recruiting beta testers for the Firefox browser for iOS devices, reported Tech Crunch.
We live in a time when the security of digital certificates is increasingly being called into question. Whether it involves the hacking of a legitimate certificate authority or the issuing of digital certificate by nonauthorized parties, the trust in the digital certificate ecosystem is eroding.
Mozilla has fixed more than a dozen vulnerabilities with the latest version of its Firefox browser, including a number of critical security flaws. In addition, Mozilla has added to the Firefox 37 browser "opportunistic encryption," which encrypts possibly sensitive data before sending it in the clear.
Google has been paying Mozilla to be the default search engine used in the Firefox browser since 2004. However, all this changed this month as the latest three-year agreement signed with Google in 2011 ran out last week.