Mozilla released Firefox 8.0 that fixes several security and stability issues.
An increase in browser-based bloat and malware, and growing concern over online tracking technology, will top the technology trends in 2012, according to SlimWare Utilities.
Firefox is the second most widely used browser in the world, so we can be sure that malicious individuals are already working on ways to take advantage of yesterday's release of its latest incarnation.
As Google began notifying users that have been possibly affected by man-in-the-middle attacks through the use of the rogue SSL certificate issued by compromised CA DigiNotar, and instructing them on how to secure their Gmail accounts once again, other companies made some heavy decisions.
Mozilla released Firefox 6.0.2 that removes trust exceptions for certificates issued by Staat der Nederlanden and therefore offers additional protection against fraudulent DigiNotar certificates.
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