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Microsoft says Adrozek is a sophisticated malicious ad campaign that is infiltrating Microsoft Edge, Chrome, and Firefox users.
As Google faces an antitrust lawsuit for search monopolizing, Mozilla says Firefox should not be caught in the middle.
NetMarketShare reports Microsoft Edge now takes more of the browser market than Firefox, with Chrome still out in front.
Firefox 74 once again supports TLS 1.0 and 1.1 after support was ended earlier this month. Mozilla says the versions are used by governments amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Firefox 74 prevents unwanted add-on installations while making it easier to migrate from Edge and hide from Facebook.
Firefox 78 Nightly allows users to install websites and run them like apps using the SSB model instead of PWAs like Google and Microsoft.
Microsoft is using ads in the Windows 10 Start menu to pitch Chromium Edge to users of the Mozilla Firefox browser.
Chrome and Firefox are disabling extensions that could be malicious. Google has taken a blanket approach while Mozilla is approaching it more individually.
To comply with CCPA, Mozilla is adding an ability in Firefox 72 that allows users to request their telemetry data be deleted.
Windows Mixed Reality users can now download Mozilla’s Firefox Reality browser directly from the Microsoft Store.
Mozilla has released Firefox 71 with continued improvement of its Enhanced Tracking Protection feature, which now reports trackers directly.
Mozilla has confirmed its new Firefox Preview browser for Android will have Web Extension support, but not until 2020.
Firefox 70 promises a secure browser experience with a security report, streamlined HTTP and HTTPS reporting, and more.
Firefox Private Network has entered public beta in the US, giving users up to 12 hours of free, secure browsing per month.
Mozilla has reduced the time between Firefox updates, with the browser soon to receive updates every month.
Firefox 69 blocks tracking cookies and auto-playing videos by default, while improving Windows 10 performance.
Mozilla is taking another stab at success on Android with its Firefox Preview, a new browser that takes elements of Firefox Focus and is built on GeckoView.
Firefox's Nightly versions can now tap into Windows' BITS service for updates, letting users download them when the browser is closed. Eventually, Mozilla wants to move to its own Update Agent, which will still communicate with BITS.
Mozilla will release a premium subscription for Firefox that will bundle a VPN, secure cloud storage, and other features. An entirely free, 'fully featured' version of the browser will remain.