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Apple Safari To Have Tracking Protection That Could Break Some Sites

Web browsers, particularly Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, have lately taken stronger actions against unscrupulous, not to mention potentially illegal, tracking by websites and third parties. Curiously silent is one browser maker who has painted...
Related topics: Apple, Google, Chrome

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Google Chrome And Mozilla Firefox Will No Longer Show Extended Validation Certificate

Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox will soon remove the Extended Validation Certification from the address bar. The feature is usually used by companies to assure users that their data is encrypted and the website has the proper certification to...
Related topics: Google, Chrome

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Firefox's New Stylized Logo Is Starting To Arrive - Cnet

For a taste of the new look, try Mozilla's fast-moving but rough-around-the-edges Firefox Nightly version.

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Importing Data From Other Browsers To Chromium Microsoft Edge

Since Microsoft hopes that one day its new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser would replace more popular rivals like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, the software giant is offering a built-in migration method to seamlessly move from one app to...
Related topics: Chromium, Microsoft, Google, Chrome

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Why Your Firefox Search Engine Might Change After The Latest Update

Searching in a browser is one of the most common things, and unsurprisingly, the majority of people choose Google over all the other alternatives. While the number of users opting for DuckDuckGo or less popular search engine keeps growing, Google...
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Firefox Reality Gives Oculus Quest Owners A Desktop Web Browser

Virtual reality is great for videos, games, and new experiences but if the technology is to be practical for the next wave of computing, platforms need to offer applications that let users also be productive. While office suites might be out of the...
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Facebook's Oculus Quest Gets Web-based Vr With Firefox Reality Browser - Cnet

Mozilla's new browser gives Facebook's no-wires headset a boost, but there's still little indication of mainstream interest in VR.
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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Mozilla Firefox Could Soon Get A “tor Mode” Add-on

Firefox browser could soon receive a Tor mode add-on that would significantly enhance privacy by connecting to the Tor network. While the final goal is to implement a fully-featured Tor mode in the browser natively, such a project takes time, and...

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What You Need To Know About The New Password Manager In Mozilla Firefox

Mozilla is working on adding a new password manager to the Firefox feature lineup, and the most recent Nightly build provides us with an early implementation. While we’ve already talked about this password manager before, Firefox Nightly now...

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Firefox Will Warn You If Saved Logins Surface In Data Breaches

Data breaches are an unfortunate reality of the modern age. Compromised data spreads very quickly in these circles and can cause headaches for affected users. To make sure that you take appropriate actions if you find yourself in such a position,...

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Firefox 70 To Add Social Tracking Protection Features

If you’re concerned about your online privacy in the social sphere, Mozilla’s Firefox 70 browser may be what you’re looking for. The company has stated that it will be adding a dedicated social tracking protection component to...

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Mozilla Now Curates A List Of Recommended Extensions For Firefox

Mozilla is making it easier to choose the best Firefox add-ons from a sea of extensions you'd usually have to wade through. The latest version of Firefox for desktop now comes with a list of recommended extensions, which have been chosen based...

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How To Report An Extension In Mozilla Firefox 68

Mozilla Firefox has one of the largest collections of extensions out there, and this helped it become the second most-used browser worldwide after Google Chrome. And because the number of extensions is growing every day, Mozilla needs to make sure...
Related topics: Google, Chrome

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Firefox 68 Update Focuses On Improvements To Overall Theme

In the Firefox 68 update, you can look forward to improvements to themes, extensions and updates. Dark Mode has now been made more consistent in Reader mode, with the windows, controls, sidebars and toolbars now also being included in the theme. ...

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Firefox Quantum Now Comes With Curated Extensions And A Reader Dark Mode

Mozilla today announced a fresh update for Firefox Quantum, which focuses heavily on offering a editorially-driven approach to extensions, as well as a gorgeous new dark mode for Firefox Reader. Users of the popular open source browser will now see...
Related topics: Quantum, Open Source Software

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Two Pentesters, One Glitch: Firefox Browser Menaced By Ancient File-snaffling Bug, Er, Feature

Forgive the sins of the fathers: Mozilla to have another go at tackling teenage flaw Mozilla has been sitting on a new variant of an age-old flaw for almost a year, even with public disclosure happening back in January.…

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Instead Of Being Tracked, Get Paid To See Online Ads

"You are not a product," says the pitch for the rival to Chrome, Firefox and Safari. Advertisers pay to be seen, and Brave splits it 70/30 with us.       
Related topics: Chrome

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Firefox’s Ad-free Premium Browser Will Cost $4.99 A Month

Last month, Mozilla revealed that it would offer a paid version of its popular Firefox browser. Now a page on Mozilla's site confirms it will cost $4.99 per month for ad-free access to some as yet unnamed journalism websites.

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Instead Of Being Tracked, Get Paid To See Online Ads

"You are not a product," says the pitch for the rival to Chrome, Firefox and Safari. Advertisers pay to be seen, and Brave splits it 70/30 with us.       
Related topics: Chrome

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Uk Isps Villainize Firefox For Supporting Dns Privacy

The UK Internet Services Providers Association has branded Mozilla Internet Villains for supporting the DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) protocol in its Firefox browser. The technology, which would encrypt DNS connections and hide them in the common HTTPS...

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