Mozilla seeks security researchers to look at alpha code

Wednesday, 11 April 2007, 12:12 AM EST

Mozilla wants to get the security community involved in ironing out possible bugs with the next version of Firefox at an earlier stage. Instead of pointing out security bugs once Firefox 3.0 gets released, Mozilla wants security vendors involved while the software in still a work in progress.

Window Snyder, the "chief security something" or head of security strategy at Mozilla Corporation, explained: "We want to encourage the security community to get involved earlier, at the design and implementation stage. There's a wealth of information we can share."

At The Register.

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