The latest release of Mozilla's browser, Firefox 23, opens it up t more social integration and fixes a number of flaws.
Building on the Facebook Messenger integration via the Social API introduced last year, Mozilla has included a new share button in the Firefox toolbar that allows sharing content from the browser without leaving the current page.
Sharing is supported by Cliqz, Mixi and msnNOW and Mozilla says it is hoping to add more sites, services and apps.
Users will notice a blocked shield icon in the address URL bar when mixed content is blocked on a site. Clicking on the icon offers the option to 'Learn More', 'Keep Blocking' or 'Disable Protection on this Page'.
All Firefox browsers beyond version 23 will block mixed active content by default, but allow mixed passive content. Chrome and IE have already implemented the security measure.
Regardless if people want the new social features, the 13 security bugs — including four critical and seven high impact flaws — fixed in the latest Firefox release are a good reason to update. A brief description of the flaws can be found here.