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Malicious Mozilla Firefox Extension Allows Gmail Takeover

A newly uncovered cyberattack is taking control of victims’ Gmail accounts, by using a customized, malicious Mozilla Firefox browser extension called FriarFox

Mozilla fixes Windows 10 NTFS corruption bug in Firefox

Mozilla has released Firefox 85.0.1 and includes a fix that prevents a Windows 10 NTFS corruption bug from being triggered from the browser.

Firefox 85 adds supercookie protection, removes Flash support

Mozilla Firefox 85 was released today with supercookie protection to block hidden trackers from tracking Firefox users' activity while browsing the Internet.

Google Removed Malicious Adblockers Stealing User Data

Google has recently removed two malicious adblockers from the web store after they were found collecting user data. Uninstall them now if you have them running on your device: Nano Adblocker and Nano Defender.

Firefox 81 Rolls Out With High-Severity Bug Fixes

These bug fixes with Firefox 81 include patches for code execution memory corruption vulnerabilities and other moderate severity flaws.

Guard your data with these privacy-focused search engines & browsers

Tracking allows the companies to improve their algorithm and app experience, but this experience comes at the cost of your digital data. In this guide, we're going to focus on the search engines and browsers that you'll want to use if you care about your online privacy.

Mozilla rolls out new Firefox for Android with enhanced tracking protection

Mozilla has begun rolling out a new experience for Firefox users on Android devices, with a handful of improvements like a search bar that can be placed at the top or bottom of the screen.

Firefox 79 To Roll Out Redirect Tracking Protection

Taking another step towards user security, Mozilla has now announced one more protection feature. Following the release of Firefox 79, Mozilla will soon roll out the redirect tracking protection feature to users.

How secure is your web browser?

NSS Labs released the results of its web browser security test after testing Chrome, Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera, for phishing and malware protection.

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