The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has announced the release of a beta version of its HTTPS Everywhere extension for Firefox on Android.
A singular new botnet composed of over 12,500 infected computers has been used by its masters to effectively crowdsource the search for websites vulnerable to SQL injection attacks.
Mozilla released Firefox 26 which includes five critical, three high, three moderate, and three low security updates.
Results from the second annual Mobile Pwn2Own competition ending today at PacSec Applied Security Conference in Tokyo, Japan, are in: the successful compromises include Samsung Galaxy S4 in the OS category, and Safari and Chrome in the mobile browser category.
With a new version (1.0.2) released on Wednesday, Mozilla has once again put the spotlight on its Collusion add-on that aims to show users which first and third parties are tracking them as they surf the Internet.
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