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- 09/26/17--08:33: _Firefox Quantum, Mo...
- 11/06/17--09:19: _Mozilla makes chang...
- 11/14/17--10:05: _Mozilla launches it...
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- 11/23/17--07:48: _Mozilla will warn F...
- 01/30/18--14:55: _Mozilla fixes criti...
- 02/15/18--07:10: _Mozilla: Ad Blocker...
- 03/09/18--14:58: _Popular Ghostery pr...
- 05/01/18--04:31: _Firefox will show ‘...
- 06/26/18--03:24: _Mozilla reveals too...
- 07/25/18--10:10: _A simple trick load...
- 08/17/18--09:19: _Mozilla removes and...
- 08/23/18--08:17: _Mozilla starts to d...
- 08/24/18--08:38: _Mozilla to add ‘Con...
- 09/06/18--14:52: _Mozilla ends suppor...
- 10/09/18--14:25: _Mozilla resolves vu...
- 10/16/18--07:56: _Mozilla drops RSS s...
- 11/23/17--07:48: Mozilla will warn Firefox users when their data is leaked
- 03/09/18--14:58: Popular Ghostery privacy browser extension becomes open source
- 07/25/18--10:10: A simple trick loads Youtube up to 5x faster in Firefox and Safari
- 08/17/18--09:19: Mozilla removes and block 23 extensions that silently tracked users
- 09/06/18--14:52: Mozilla ends support of Firefox on Windows XP
- 10/16/18--07:56: Mozilla drops RSS support and live bookmarks feature from Firefox
Mozilla today launched a beta of a completely new Firefox that uses a new engine to load websites faster than before. Firefox Quantum, as the new browser is called, is two times faster than the previous engine, according to Mozilla's benchmarks.
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Firefox 58 will collect only basic telemetry data from users by default, according to Georg Fritzsche, engineer at Mozilla. Compared to previous versions of Firefox, there are two big changes made in Firefox 58 that affect how data is collected in future versions of the browser.
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Mozilla today launched its Firefox Quantum browser which, according to the open source developer, is the largest Firefox update since the launch of the initial 1.0 version in 2004. The browser has a revamped interface and a new engine that should make the browser perform much better.
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A version of the popular NoScript extension, that is compatible with Firefox Quantum (Firefox 57), has been delayed and will be released later this week. Yesterday Mozilla launched Firefox Quantum, the largest update to the browser since it was released in 2004. Firefox Quantum only supports WebExtensions instead of Firefox's traditional extensions.
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Mozilla works on a new Firefox feature that warns users when their login data is compromised by a hack and part of a data leak. The browser developer announced the new feature today on its website.
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Mozilla today released an update for Firefox 58 that fixes a critical vulnerability and a security related bug. The vulnerability was an issue with unsanitized output of the user interface of the browser that allowed attackers to execute arbitrary code.
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Google Chrome has a built-in ad blocker since today, but it doesn't protect the privacy of Chrome users, according to competing browser developer, Mozilla. The ad blocker of Chrome only blocks advertisements that don't adhere to the standards of the Better Ads Coalition, such as popups or large advertisements.
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German software development company Cliqz, owner of the popular privacy browser extension Ghostery, has decided to open source the tool. With Ghostery it’s possible to block advertisements and trackers. On Chrome, it has nearly 3 million users, while there are also 1 million Firefox users with the extension installed. Cliqz acquired Ghostery a year ago […]
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Mozilla has announced it will start showing sponsored content to Firefox users in the United States. The company stresses it will respect the privacy of users. That's possible because the personalization of the sponsored content will be done on the client side, according to the browser developer.
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Mozilla has created a new security tool for Firefox that warns users for stolen or hacked accounts. The tool is called Firefox Monitor and makes use of data provided by Have I Been Pwned, a search engine that allows users to check whether their data is in 5 billion stolen records coming from hacked websites.
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Youtube loads faster in Firefox and Edge than on Google's Chrome browser, Mozilla's technical program manager Chris Peterson discovered. Google's online video platform is slower because it implements a deprecated feature in the source code that's only still supported by Chrome.
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Mozilla has blocked and removed 23 Firefox extensions that tracked users, including an extension the browser developer itself recently promoted. This appears from a mention by Mozilla on its own Firefox block list and Bugzilla. Mozilla regularly promotes Firefox extensions.
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Mozilla will stop offering legacy Firefox extensions as they are soon also no longer supported by the browser. At the end of 2017, Mozilla launched a new Firefox architecture called Quantum that only supports extensions based on the WebExtensions model.
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Mozilla will add a new setting to Firefox that allows users to block trackers and other third-party content that have an impact on privacy and performance. Currently, the browser already has an option called “Tracking Protection” that makes it possible to block online trackers.
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With the launch of Firefox 60 Extended Support Release (ESR) last Tuesday, Mozilla ended support for Firefox on Windows XP. It's expected this decision will impact about 2.5 million Firefox users. The end of support means that Firefox will no longer receive security patches on XP.
Mozilla has fixed several security issues in the update system of Firefox, after an external security audit. The Firefox update system should be secure to prevent that users receive malicious updated through man-in-the-middle attacks or hacked update servers.
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Mozilla will remove RSS support from Firefox, starting with version 64, which is scheduled for December this year. From then, RSS feeds will need to be handled by external add-ons. Earlier this year, Mozilla already announced it would remove the built-in RSS reader and live bookmarks feature from Firefox. According to the browser developer this was done “after careful consideration”.
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