Security firms fight Firefox fire with fire

Friday, 13 May 2005, 3:38 AM EST

Just in time for one of the first serious security flaws to be found in Mozilla's Firefox, two companies, Anonymizer and FraudEliminator, have released new security products for the popular open source Web browser.

Anonymizer's Total Privacy Suite is designed to safeguard Firefox users from spyware, keylonger software, and other online snooping programs. The suite integrates three Anonymizer programs - surfing, anti-spyware, and digital shredding - into a single product.

By Bob Francis at InfoWorld.

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