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Help Make Open Source Secure

Major security bugs in core pieces of open source software – such as Heartbleed and Shellshock – have elevated highly technical security vulnerabilities into news headlines. Despite these sobering incidents, adequate support for securing open source software remains an unsolved […]

The countdown is on: 24 months to GDPR compliance

Twenty four months from now, a new piece of legislation will apply throughout Europe: the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Broadly speaking, we see the GDPR as advantageous for both users and companies, with trust and security being key components […]

Update to Firefox Released Today

The latest version of Firefox was released today. It features an improved look and feel for Linux users, a minor security improvement and additional updates for all Firefox users. The update to Firefox for Android features minor changes, including an […]

Firefox and Thunderbird: a Fork in the Road

Firefox and Thunderbird: a Fork in the Road Mozilla recently announced that we would move to separate Thunderbird from Firefox release engineering release infrastructure. Since then, we have been reviewing the options for a clear path forward for Thunderbird – […]

Firefox for iOS Password Manager is More Secure

We’re always working to make Firefox as great as possible on all platforms. Today, we’re adding features to Firefox for iOS to protect your security. The Firefox Password Manager securely stores and autofills your usernames and passwords across sites you […]