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The AchieVer posted a topic in Software NewsFirefox 65 Enhances Security on Linux via Stronger "Stack Smashing" Protection Mozilla officially released today the Firefox 65 web browser for all supported platforms, including Linux, Android, macOS, and Windows, adding yet another layer of enhancements and optimizations to make your browsing experience better. With the Firefox 65 release, Mozilla enhanced the security of its open-source web browser on Linux platforms by enabling "Stack smashing" protection by default, which could allow malicious actors to take control or corrupt a vulnerable program. The "Stack smash
The AchieVer posted a topic in Software NewsHow Mozilla Improves Content Blocking in Firefox 65 Mozilla Firefox 65 is now available for download on all supported platforms, and one of the most important changes concerns content blockers. As one of the companies pledging for uncompromised privacy when browsing the web, Mozilla is working on updating its browser with more controls, thus making sure that users are always up-to-date with what’s happening when loading a new page in Firefox. The latest version of the browser continues this approach and includes new content blocking options, as well as a refined UI t
steven36 posted a topic in Software NewsBy Marius Nestor In 2016 Mozilla launched an important redesign of Firefox, the goal to deny both the impact of the browser in the light of competition, including Chrome. This project came about with the release of Firefox Quantum (version 57) at the end of 2017. Highly appreciated by the users and the specialized press, Firefox Quantum would have allowed the free and free browser to return to the foreground of the scene. That's right, we're talking here about Firefox 65, the next major release of the popular open-source web browser used
Mozilla is bringing support for Google's WebP image format to Firefox 65. The WebP image format was created by Google as a modern format designed for displaying images on the web. "WebP lossless images are 26% smaller in size compared to PNGs. WebP lossy images are 25-34% smaller than comparable JPEG images at equivalent SSIM quality index." states Google. Popular browsers such as Chrome, Opera, and Edge already support the WebP image format and with the release of version 65, Firefox will as well. Unfortunately, even with Firefox 65, WebP