Mozilla is expanding its Firefox security measures to include some preferences used by the Tor browser. Here's what that means for users.
The Tor browser has added some updates to boost security, which should be good news for users concerned about their privacy being compromised.
Two researchers recently described how Firefox extensions can be leveraged for malicious purposes without triggering Mozilla security warnings.
Mozilla is reinventing its Firefox OS so it can act as a network for the Internet of Things (IoT). Several projects hope to further this aim.
The old model of the browser add-on is being replaced with more secure ways to surf the Internet, but this brings a lot of change for security teams.
Security-conscious browsers are planning to say goodbye to the RC4 algorithm by February 2016 in favor of more advanced encryption methods.
Amazon is prohibiting ads using Flash Player for its site, which may be the final straw for organizations concerned about ongoing security risks.
Adobe recently issued a patch to address a vulnerability in its popular Flash Player. If not fixed, users could be the target of cybercriminals.
Mozilla said it was dramatically increasing what it pays researchers who find major flaws in Firefox and other products as part of its bug bounty program.
Mozilla's upcoming HTTPS requirement will force developers to comply with its new security measures or get blocked from the browser.