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When does Firefox alert for breached sites?

Mozilla’s Position on Data Breaches Data breaches are common for online services. Humans make mistakes, and humans make the Internet. Some online services discover, mitigate, and disclose breaches quickly. Others … Read more

Encrypted SNI Comes to Firefox Nightly

TL;DR: Firefox Nightly now supports encrypting the TLS Server Name Indication (SNI) extension, which helps prevent attackers on your network from learning your browsing history. You can enable encrypted SNI … Read more

Supporting Referrer Policy for CSS in Firefox 64

The HTTP Referrer Value Navigating from one webpage to another or requesting a sub-resource within a webpage causes a web browser to send the top-level URL in the HTTP referrer … Read more

Why we need better tracking protection

Mozilla has recently announced a change in our approach to protecting users against tracking. This announcement came as a result of extensive research, both internally and externally, that shows that … Read more

TLS 1.3 Published: in Firefox Today

On friday the IETF published TLS 1.3 as RFC 8446. It’s already shipping in Firefox and you can use it today. This version of TLS incorporates significant improvements in both … Read more

Secure Contexts Everywhere

Since Let’s Encrypt launched, secure contexts have become much more mature. We have witnessed the successful restriction of existing, as well as new features to secure contexts. The W3C TAG … Read more

Verified cryptography for Firefox 57

Traditionally, software is produced in this way: write some code, maybe do some code review, run unit-tests, and then hope it is correct. Hard experience shows that it is very … Read more

A Security Audit of Firefox Accounts

To provide transparency into our ongoing efforts to protect your privacy and security on the Internet, we are releasing a security audit of Firefox Accounts (FxA) that Cure53 conducted last … Read more