Open source software giant Mozilla has launched their final build version of Firefox 7.0 for windows, Linux and Mac today. As the company claims that within this latest release they have corrected the former issue, which has plugged this browser over the past several iterations – which on the other hand generates a faster as Read more
21 days earlier social networking giant Facebook has launched a new bug bounty program for which they have spent over $40,000 yet, not only that in the mean time one of the security researcher has earned over $7,000 just for finding six server bugs within behemoth’s code of this social networking giant.
Google cancelled its toolbar Google cancelled its toolbar that the Company provides presently to Mozilla browser Firefox. Moreover, the toolbar provision for future versions has also been discontinued. This Google decision has left Mozilla scrambling in an attempt to assist its users who may be facing difficulties due to this cancellation. In addition, Mozilla has Read more
New system announced on Thursday On Thursday, Mozilla announced BrowserID, which is a new system to sign in to any web site with the same email id as a common identity. The BrowserID potentially plans to address the issues seen due to passwords even when the OpenID is already activated. The primary aim of the Read more
Software giant Microsoft is once again in the highlight, not for the software or Operating System, but for the sending of a congratulatory cake to the team of Mozilla for releasing of its Firefox 5 browser. This is the 4th cake which this software giant has sent to Mozilla, so it has now become a Read more