Mozilla has released Firefox 42, and with it, a new feature that should increase user privacy online.
A group of security researchers has recently announced that it's highly likely that effective collision attacks that would break SHA-1 encryption will be revealed by the end of 2015.
Mozilla released Firefox 41.. This latest version comes with includes four critical, five high, nine moderate and one minor security update.
Mozilla has announced on Friday that an attacker managed to access security-sensitive information about a considerable number of (at the time) unpatched Firefox vulnerabilities, and that there is evidence that at least one of them has been exploited in attacks in the wild.
Mozilla Foundation is again aiming to boost the privacy of Firefox users, and is beginning to test a new, improved kind of Private Browsing.
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