Mozilla patched a zero day uncovered at Pwn2Own in Firefox in 22 hours on Friday.
The latest version of Firefox expands non-secure HTTP warnings, enables SHA-1 deprecation by default, and removes support for NPAPI.
The way Firefox caches intermediate CA certificates could allow for the fingerprinting of users and the leakage of browsing details, a researcher warns.
Just like most of you, I too really hate filling out web forms, especially on mobile devices.
To help make this whole process faster, Google Chrome and other major browsers offer “Autofill” feature that automatically fills out web form based on data you have previously entered in similar fields.
However, it turns out that an attacker can use this autofill feature against you and trick you
North Korea’s own homegrown computer operating system, that’s supposed to be fully hacker proof and more secure than foreign OS, like Microsoft’s Windows, can easily be hacked remotely.
A group of hackers managed to break into Red Star OS — North Korea’s government sanctioned Linux-based OS — using just a link.
Red Star OS is North Korea’s own homegrown OS that looks remarkably just like
Mozilla released a new version of Firefox on Wednesday to address a zero day vulnerability that was actively being exploited to de-anonymize Tor Browser users.
The critical Firefox vulnerability being actively exploited in the wild to unmask Tor users has been patched with the release of new browser updates.
Both Mozilla and Tor Project has patched the vulnerability that allows attackers to remotely execute malicious code on Windows operating system via memory corruption vulnerability in Firefox web browser.
Tor Browser Bundle is a repackaged
Hackers are actively exploiting a zero-day vulnerability in Firefox to unmask Tor Browser users, similar to what the FBI exploited during an investigation of a child pornography site.
Tor (The Onion Router) is an anonymity software that not only provides a safe heaven to human rights activists, journalists, government officials, but also is a place where drugs, assassins for hire, child
Mozilla addressed 29 vulnerabilities, three critical, when it released the latest iteration of its flagship browser, Firefox 50 on Tuesday.