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"We didn’t act like you’d expect Mozilla to act," said the software company's executive chairwoman in a memo on Thursday.
Foxconn goes on software hiring spree after confirming Firefox OS partnership with Mozilla.
Mozilla has sent a cease and desist letter to the maker of surveillance software that identifies itself as Firefox when running on a victim's system.
Mozilla CTO Brendan Eich outlined his group's collaboration with Samsung. The aim is to create a new Web browser engine that will be optimized for multi-core computing.
Mozilla takes a stand against the rise of exploits targeting vulnerable plug-in software.
Mozilla has released the newest versions of its desktop and mobile software, which brings new features as well as bug fixes to the browser.
Mozilla rates this a "critical" vulnerability that can be used to run attacker code and install software, requiring no user interaction beyond normal browsing.
According to Mozilla, 11 of the 13 vulnerabilities are rated "critical," meaning that they can can be used to run attacker code and install software, "requiring no user interaction beyond normal browsing."
The open-source Mozilla group is now offering a $3,000 bounty for security security vulnerabilities found in its flagship Firefox and Thunderbird software products.
At Google I/O in San Francisco, Google's Vic Gundotra unveils a new royalty-free video format called WebM. Google has partnered with software developers Mozilla and Opera to support the encoding technology in their browsers.
At Google I/O in San Francisco, Google's Vic Gundotra unveils a new royalty-free video format called WebM. Google has partnered with software developers Mozilla and Opera to support the encoding technology in their browsers. The format is based on the VP8 technology that Google acquired from On2 Technologies in February.
Thunderbird 3, an update to the email software Mozilla hopes will give it some of the advantages its Firefox browser has enjoyed, is due to arrive in near-final form next week.
Mozilla has released two advisories to patch serious security flaws in its flagship Firefox Web browser.The vulnerabilities are rated "critical," meaning they can be exploited by malicious hackers to run harmful code and install software, requiring no user interaction beyond normal browsing.
Panel: Arun Ranganathan (Mozilla), Chris Wilson (Web Platform Architect, Microsoft), Brendan Eich (CTO, Mozilla Foundation), Charles McCathieNevile (Chief Standards Officer, Opera Software), Darin Fisher (Software Engineer, Google)Browser experts from Mozilla, Google, Microsoft, Opera, and the Webkit project are all here.Google wanted to create an open source browser and not build a brand new rendering engine.
Software titans Mozilla and Skype have thrown their support behind the EFF and the iPhone jailbreaking community. A new filling with the US Copyright Office seeks an exemption to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DCMA) related to iPhone jailbreaking.
One of the weakest features of Windows Mobile is the current web browser, Internet Explorer Mobile. There are several better alternatives such as the fantastic Opera Mobile 9.5 for Windows Mobile that is included on some devices as the default browser and the Skyfire proxy browser (I can watch Hulu.com with this browser). There has been talk for quite some time about Mozilla entering the Windows Mobile space and as reported by WMExperts.com the Fennec browser is now available in very early pre-alpha form (aka milestone release) to try on HTC Touch Pro devices. Make sure you have a backup of your device and are willing to risk a hard reset before trying this software out as it is very early in the development cycle and not that stable.
Benoit Schillings, head of tech for Qt Software, talks about Nokia, Mozilla and going deeper than Java
The Mozilla Corporation has released an advance testing version of its popular Firefox web browser, just days after Google revealed its competing Chrome software.
It's almost back-to-school time here in New Jersey, so I thought it appropriate to update the Installfest for Schools item that I covered in late May.To refresh your collective memory, Untangle and the Alameda County Computer Resource Center got together at LinuxWorld earlier this month to encourage volunteers to refurbish old computers with free and open source software from Ubuntu/Canonical and Mozilla, with an eye to placing the systems in school districts that could use a little extra help.
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