Following in Chrome’s footsteps, Mozilla has decided to mark all HTTP pages as not secure. The changes will go live in October this year when Firefox version 70 is released.
In the name of cybersecurity and privacy, Mozilla has decided to block third-party trackers by default. Any web cookies that advertisers attempt to install on your device through Firefox will
Firefox 66 will be released in March, and you know what’s coming with it? A fix that deals with the page jumps that many users find so annoying. Have you
Windows Central suggests that Microsoft Windows users may soon see a huge change coming their way – a Chromium-based browser might replace Microsoft Edge. The project is called Anaheim. Even
In the digital world, passwords are often the root of all cybersecurity problems. Which is why Chrome, Edge, and Firefox browsers have taken steps towards reducing the need for them.