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.
A Google Chrome lookalike browser dubbed eFast is being actively pushed onto users.
Mozilla released Firefox 41.. This latest version comes with includes four critical, five high, nine moderate and one minor security update.
Mozilla, Google and Microsoft have come to an agreement: support for the increasingly vulnerable RC4 cryptographic cypher in the companies' browsers will end in early 2016.
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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