Category Archives: browser
[German]It isn’t a nice story so far: Mozilla’s developers have recommended the addon Web Security for a short time to protect privacy and to secure the browser. However, this addon transmits the URLs and other (possibly private or sensitive) data … Continue reading
[German]Mozilla’s developers have released an (unscheduled) update to Firefox 61.0.2. This update brings some bug fixes (if I haven’t overlooked anything but no security fixes). In addition, a new, practical function (automatic recovery) is introduced for Windows
[German]Firefox developers are starting again a (security) war against it’s users by attempting, to implement DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) and Trusted Recursive Resolver (TRR) into Firefox browser. But Mozilla’s way to do that, is a Single Point of Failure (SPOF). Here is … Continue reading
[German]On July 10, 2018 (patchday) Microsoft has released further updates for Internet Explorer, Windows Server, etc. This blog post contains details of selected patches that are not included in the remaining articles linked at the end of the article.
[German]Google’s Chrome developershave activated site isolation on 99% of the systems using version 67 of the browser. This feature also serves as protection against spectre attacks.
[German]Google and Mozilla have banned the Stylish browser extension (AddOn) from the stores. Here is some background information about this add-on.
After the Mozilla developers released an update to Firefox browser 61 on June 26, 2018, the Tor project has followed and updated the Tor bundle to Version 7.5.6.
Mozilla’s developers have released Firefox version 61 for Windows, Linux and macOS. Besides some improvements and support for TLS 1.3 there is also a dark theme in the browser.
[German]Today still a short contribution, to which a Blog reader drew my attention. The Adobe Acrobat Prof XI probably has side effects with Internet Explorer 11, where the favorites can no longer be edited under Windows 10. Addendum: It seems … Continue reading
[German]A bug in Microsoft’s Edge browser may have enabled attackers to retrieve the content of other websites that are open in browser tabs. Here are a few details.