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Which video call apps should you use if you care about privacy?

To help individuals and organizations choose video call apps that suit their needs and their risk appetite, Mozilla has released a new “Privacy Not Included” …

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Mozilla will fund open source COVID-19-related technology projects

Have you come up with hardware or software that can help solve a problem that arose from COVID-19 and its worldwide spread? Mozilla is offering up to $50,000 to open source …

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GitHub Security Lab aims to make open source software more secure

GitHub, the world’s largest open source code repository and leading software development platform, has launched GitHub Security Lab. “Our team will lead by …

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Firefox 70 lets users track online trackers

Mozilla has released Firefox 70.0, which delivers performance and power consumption improvements, helpful browser features, new options for developers and, most prominently, …

Critical command execution vulnerability in iTerm2 patched, upgrade ASAP!

A critical vulnerability (CVE-2019-9535) in iTerm2, a macOS terminal emulator frequently used by developers and system administrators, could allow attackers to take control of …

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September 2019 Patch Tuesday forecast: Microsoft security update will be complete

Microsoft began an aggressive six-month campaign in March of this year to switch the digital signature on all operating system and product updates from using Secure Hash …

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Firefox now blocks third-party tracking cookies, cryptomining scripts by default

It took a lot of testing and tweaking, but Mozilla’s Firefox browser is finally being delivered with Enhanced Tracking Protection and a web-based cryptomining blocking …

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Mozilla plugs critical Firefox zero-day used in targeted attacks

A critical Firefox zero-day remote code execution vulnerability is being abused in targeted attacks in the wild, Mozilla has warned on Tuesday. About the vulnerability …

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Mozilla will block Firefox add-ons that contain obfuscated code

Mozilla has announced that, starting from June 10, Firefox add-ons containing obfuscated code will no longer be allowed on its Add-ons portal and will be blocked. “We …

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Public-interest technology: Why companies should get involved

“For the last 15 or 20 years, anything Silicon Valley companies did was seemingly in the public interest, and society has encouraged that view until quite …

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Mozilla releases Firefox Send, a free encrypted file transfer service

Mozilla has released the finalized version of Firefox Send, its free encrypted file transfer service that allows users to share files from any browser. With Send, users can …

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What can we expect of this March Patch Tuesday?

March is here and that means it was time for RSA Conference in San Francisco. I’ve been on the expo floor all week and I can tell you the worldwide security industry is …

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