Tag Archives: Firefox
Mozilla’s developers released version 62.0.2 of the Firefox browser on September 21, 2018. This is a maintenance update which corrects some bugs and closes vulnerabilities.
This week Firefox 62 has been released. Users who are still using Firefox 61 should update. Firefox 61 has a number of vulnerabilities that are fixed in version 62.
[German]Dead ones live longer. The Stylish addon, with which you can give websites their own style, is back for Firefox. Great development, here’s some background information you need to know.
[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]Google and Mozilla have banned the Stylish browser extension (AddOn) from the stores. Here is some background information about this add-on.
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]Mozilla’s developers have released a maintenance update that upgrades the Firefox desktop browser to version 60.0.2. This is an unscheduled update.
[German]Mozilla’s developers has released version 58.0.2 of the Firefox browser for Windows, macOS and Linux on February 7, 2018 (thanks to Christoph W. for pointing this out in the early morning).