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Unlike its browser competitors, Firefox will soon start blocking tracking cookies by default in the name of consumer privacy.
Mozilla is testing a new tool that securely checks to see if users’ accounts have been hacked.
While it’s a simple payload for now, researchers said Vega has the ability to evolve into something more concerning in the future.
Dueling browsers, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, have patched bugs and beefed up security.
Microsoft is opting to stand pat and not fix a content security bypass vulnerability in its Edge browser, something researchers warn could potentially lead to the disclosure of confidential information.
Tor Project developers recently bolstered Orfox, a Tor Browser for Android devices, to help privacy-conscious mobile browsers better customize their security.
An IDN homograph attack leveraging Adobe’s brand has been discovered, with the malicious site spreading the Betabot backdoor
A malware campaign utilizing bogus “HoeflerText” popup warnings is back in full swing targeting Google Chrome and Firefox browsers with Locky ransomware attacks and the NetSupport Manager RAT.
Researchers warn a retooled ‘Jimmy’ Nukebot no longer steals bankcard data, rather focuses on avoiding detection as it downloads malicious modules.
Mozilla fixed three critical vulnerabilities and made Flash click-to-activate by default when it released Firefox 55 on Tuesday