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Another Tor Browser Feature Makes It Into Firefox: First-Party Isolation

An anonymous reader writes: Unbeknown to most users, Mozilla added a privacy-enhancing feature to the Firefox browser over the summer that can help users block online advertisers from tracking them
Firefox reverts to Google search engine, ending deal with Yahoo

Firefox reverts to Google search engine, ending deal with Yahoo

As of the Firefox Quantum update, Google is once again the web browser's default search engine, as Mozilla ducks out of its five-year deal with Yahoo two years before it was due to expire. The post
Google Is Firefox’s Default Search Engine Once Again

Google Is Firefox’s Default Search Engine Once Again

It is pretty obvious why companies like Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo would want their search engines to be the default on browsers. For example it has been reported that Google had paid Apple billions

Firefox Will Warn Users When Visiting Sites That Suffered a Data Breach

An anonymous reader writes: Mozilla engineers are working on a notifications system for Firefox that shows a security warning to users visiting sites that have suffered data breaches. The
Firefox Will Notify Users About Sites That Suffered Data Breach

Firefox Will Notify Users About Sites That Suffered Data Breach

It’s not uncommon for websites to suffer data breaches. We frequently hear about websites being targeted by attackers who are after their user data. It’s not possible for the average user to keep
Firefox will soon flag sites that have been hacked

Firefox will soon flag sites that have been hacked

Firefox is having a good run right now, having just released its much speedier and better-looking Quantum browser. It's now working on a new feature that security fans are bound to like: It will warn

Ciao, Chrome: Firefox Quantum Is The Browser Built for 2017

The new Firefox is fast, it's secure, and it's full of clever little things that make web browsing better.

Firefox Quantum Is 'Better, Faster, Smarter than Chrome', Says Wired

Wired's senior staff writer David Pierce says Firefox Quantum "feels like a bunch of power users got together and built a browser that fixed all the little things that annoyed them about other
Firefox Quantum is a Really Great Browser

Firefox Quantum is a Really Great Browser

Firefox Quantum is the best browser I've used in years. The post Firefox Quantum is a Really Great Browser appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Firefox 58 beta brings Progressive Web Apps, FLAC support, and more [APK Download]

Firefox 58 beta brings Progressive Web Apps, FLAC support, and more [APK Download]

Over a month ago, it was revealed that Firefox 58 would allow Progressive Web Apps to be added to the home screen. The Firefox 58 beta has made that a reality, and it's also brought with it some more

What Firefox's Quantum Browser Means for a More Open Web

This week, the hosts welcome Mozilla's Nick Nguyen, the VP of product for Firefox.

How Converting A C++ Game to JavaScript Gave Us WebAssembly

Slashdot reader Beeftopia shares "a detailed history of WebAssembly...from one of the developers." IEEE Spectrum reports that "Like a lot of stories about tech innovation, this one started with video
How to clear cookies

How to clear cookies

Cookies are useful when it comes to saving your login credentials, but they can also be used by advertisers to track your browsing habits across multiple sites. Here's how to clear cookies in the
Mozilla countersues Oath over Firefox switch from Yahoo to Google

Mozilla countersues Oath over Firefox switch from Yahoo to Google

It looks like Mozilla is heading to court for a showdown with Yahoo Holdings and Oath over an alleged breach of contract. Yahoo Holdings and Oath, the company that runs the Yahoo search engine and

Mozilla and Yahoo sue each other over default search engine deal

Deals between web browser suppliers and search engine providers are big business. For Mozilla, agreements with search engines have brought in as much as US$300 million a year, which accounts for 90

Yahoo Sues Mozilla For Breach of Contract -- So Mozilla Counter Sues Yahoo

Mark Wilson writes: Mozilla and Yahoo have started a legal spat about the deal that existed between the two companies regarding the use of the Yahoo search engine in the Firefox browser. On December
Oath and Mozilla are suing each other after Firefox switches back to Google search

Oath and Mozilla are suing each other after Firefox switches back to Google search

Firefox’s default search engine has become the subject of a hotly contested legal battle, a few weeks after Mozilla announced it would be moving from Yahoo to Google. Yahoo’s new parent Oath filed a
Mozilla and Yahoo are suing each over Firefox's default search engine

Mozilla and Yahoo are suing each over Firefox's default search engine

In yet another tech battle of the titans, Mozilla and Oath are suing each other over a contract that set Yahoo as the default search engine for Mozilla's Firefox browser. The pair originally signed a

Firefox Focus brings quick access to most visited sites, search engines

Ever since Mozilla launched Firefox Focus a little over a year ago, it has become a popular mobile browser for those who want to protect their privacy and at the same time get a quick loading browser.
Mozilla Slipped a ‘Mr. Robot’-Promo Plugin into Firefox and Users Are Pissed [Updated]

Mozilla Slipped a ‘Mr. Robot’-Promo Plugin into Firefox and Users Are Pissed [Updated]

Mozilla sneaked a browser plugin that promotes Mr. Robot into Firefox—and managed to piss off a bunch of its privacy-conscious users in the process.Read more...