Tag Archives: Firefox

Firefox to Block Third-Party Cookies by Default

In criticizing Google Chrome’s open-end cookie policies, Firefox has decided that the best thing to do would be to block all third-party cookies by default. The Mozilla Foundation has recently announced that the latest version of Firefox will not allow third-party cookies and block all pop-up ads. It’s still unclear …

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Several Chrome & Firefox Extensions Behind Massive Data Leak

Thinking about adding a new Chrome or Firefox extension? Well, you may want to reconsider after hearing all about the latest data leak which affected 45 companies, including SpaceX, Amazon, Apple, and Skype. Sam Jidali, the cybersecurity researcher who identified the threat said that the malicious extension kept on working …

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Firefox Drops F-Bomb on Zero-Day JavaScript-Triggering Vulnerability

Earlier this week, Firefox announced that an emergency patch had been released for what appeared to be a JavaScript-triggering vulnerability. According to Philip Martin, Coinbase’s head of cybersecurity, the flaw, which shall remain nameless henceforth, initially targeted Coinbase, a secure platform for buying and selling cryptocurrencies like Ethereum or the …

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