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Switch to Chrome or Firefox until Microsoft fixes the security flaw affecting all versions of Internet Explorer.
Malicious extensions for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox that hijack Facebook profiles to post messages have been flagged up by Microsoft Malware Protection Center.
Mozilla's general counsel estimates between 6-9 million lost Firefox browser downloads thanks to Microsoft failing to include the 'browser choice' screen in latest versions of Windows 7.
A new Mac OS X Trojan referred to as OSX/Crisis silently infects OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard and OS X 10.7 Lion. It then spies on the user by monitoring Adium, Firefox, Microsoft Messenger, Safari, and Skype.
It's no surprise that Firefox and Chrome won't run as desktop browsers on Windows RT devices; Microsoft has been saying all along that x86 apps wouldn't run on Windows on ARM and it explicitly said there would be no third-party code on Windows RT when it announced the details of the platform back in February.
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Mozilla and Google are both crying foul because Microsoft is restricting Firefox and Chrome from running natively on Windows RT--the only version of Windows 8 that will run on ARM devices.
Microsoft will restrict third-party browsers like Firefox and Chrome to the Metro sandbox in Windows 8 for ARM devices, while treating Internet Explorer 10 as an "intrinsic feature" of Windows. Mozilla and its primary backer, Google, say that's not fair.
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We counted Mozilla out of the running too early. With $300-million a year in revenue from Google, Firefox is going to stay a major Web browser player. The big loser? Microsoft.
Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Opera, or Apple Safari: Which of the most popular Web browsers is really the best?
Mozilla is offering users the option of downloading a version of Firefox that uses Microsoft Bing as the default search engine.The company said it would offer the option in a post on the official Mozilla blog on Wednesday.
Mozilla, has joined up with Microsoft to make a special version of Firefox that uses the Bing for its default search engine and home page.
In a move that's sure to raise hackles in Silicon Valley, Microsoft today debuted a new web site designed to raise awareness of security issues in web browsers. IE9 gets a perfect score; Chrome and Mozilla don't. How fair is the test?
The enterprise is Microsoft's territory. It's been the core constituency for Internet Explorer for years, even as first Firefox and then Chrome have risen in popularity. Now Microsoft is making a direct appeal to those enterprise customers, in the dollars-and-cents language that they understand so well.
In an unusually blunt statement, Microsoft has announced that it considers the WebGL graphics technology used in Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox to be "harmful" and "not a technology Microsoft can endorse from a security perspective."
While Firefox and Chrome browsers already support WebGL, along with development versions of Opera and Safari, Microsoft has said that it has no plans to make Internet Explorer support the 3D graphics software library, and branded it a 'harmful' technology.Microsoft's right.
Firefox 4 downloads continue to outpace IE9 downloads, despite the fact that Microsoft has started pushing the new browser via Windows Update.
Did Microsoft really rush Internet Explorer 9 into Windows Update in a desperate move to catch up with Firefox? Nope. The release schedule and rollout strategy are just like IE 8 and IE 7. Nothing’s been sped up or slowed down. I check the facts.
All you need to know about why Microsoft is pushing IE 9 out sooner than expected can be summed up in one word: Firefox.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer team has kept up its tradition of sending the Mozilla team cake when they ship a new version of Firefox. Firefox 4 has just been made available, and the cake duly arrived with the usual inscription: "Congratulations on shipping!
This is interesting ... searches on Twitter for the term 'Firefox' were pointing to a 'Promoted Tweet' featuring IE9. Did Microsoft purchase the 'Firefox' keyword on Twitter to promote its own browser or was it just a happy accident for Microsoft?
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