Microsoft to support controversial DNS over HTTPS directly in Windows 10
DNS over HTTPS is a controversial internet privacy technology which would encrypt DNS connections and hide them in the common HTTPS traffic, making it impossible for ISPs to snoop on your internet traffic and know which websites y...
Hate Google’s new Image Search UI? This extension can restore the old look
I suspect Google does not want you to use Google Image Search, as the new user interface for the feature is quite the abomination, dramatically affecting how well you can view the image you selected and shifting around other pictu...
Firefox will soon let you know if a website has been Pwned
Chrome isn’t the only browser to be receiving an updated password manager; in the Firefox 70 update, Mozilla is working on an all new Password Manager. Firefox Lockwise is currently available as an add-on, but in an effort ...
Firefox 68 update focuses on improvements to overall theme
In the Firefox 68 update, you can look forward to improvements to themes, extensions and updates. Dark Mode has now been made more consistent in Reader mode, with the windows, controls, sidebars and toolbars now also being include...
UK ISPs villainize Firefox for supporting DNS privacy
The UK Internet Services Providers Association has branded Mozilla Internet Villains for supporting the DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) protocol in its Firefox browser. The technology, which would encrypt DNS connections and hide them in the...
Firefox to adopt Microsoft’s BITS service for updates
Mozilla is adopting a Microsoft technology to improve the user experience of Firefox users when installing updates. From Firefox 70 onwards the browser will be using Windows Background Intelligent Service (BITS) to download update...
Exploited Zero-day flaw means your Firefox install needs an urgent update
Google’s Project Zero security team has discovered a Zero-day vulnerability in all versions of Firefox which is currently being exploited in the wild and which requires an urgent patch. The flaw reads: A type confusion vulne...