Firefox says its Total Cookie Protection is a set of "privacy improvements" based on a principle that a user's browser should not allow sharing of cookies between websites.
Mozilla revealed that users all across the world will be switched to Amazon’s Silk browser once Firefox ends support.
Currently under beta testing, Firefox Private Network will be released as a stand-alone product, Mozilla VPN, in the US in the coming weeks
Starting next year, Firefox will make it mandatory to manually enable desktop notifications in the browser.
Firefox 69 is available for Windows and macOS from its official website. Android version is rolling out slowly on Google Play.
Kazakhstan wanted to protect its users from “hacker attacks, online fraud and other kinds of cyber threats”
Mozilla said that UAE cybersecurity firm DarkMatter had been linked to a state-run hacking program.
The new web browser is based on Mozilla’s GeckoView engine, currently available in an early version
Mozilla said that it had identified the problem as being a certificate expiration issue.
The EU law attempts to rein in online giants and ensure they treat smaller rivals and users fairly.
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Firefox Lockbox allows users to securely access passwords, which are stored in the Firefox browser.
Mozilla is launching an Android app into beta to allow you to share files on your smartphone.
Mozilla considering stripping 400 certifications DarkMatter granted to websites under limited authority.
Mozilla's Common Voice Library include 18 different languages, comprises clips from 42,000 contributors
The FCC repeal was a win for providers like AT&T but was opposed by internet giants Facebook, Google.
The three organisations provide services for "tens of millions" Indians as of today.
The European Commission also lamented the absence of advertisers signing up to the pact.
It has also asserted that any regulatory intervention to this “complex issue” must be preceded by a wide-ranging and participatory discussion process.
Firefox will show the notification only once per website and repeat the pop-up only when you visit a site.