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  1. Microsoft has started using the Windows 10 Start Menu to suggest that Mozilla Firefox users switch to their new Microsoft Edge browser. With the release of Microsoft's new Chromium-based Edge browser, Microsoft has started promoting the new browser when typing various keywords in the Windows 10 Start Menu. Based on a Reddit Post, Windows 10 is displaying a suggestion to switch to Microsoft Edge when Firefox is installed or configured as the default browser. This promotion comes in the form of a suggestion at the top of the Start Menu that states
  2. Mozilla cleans up Firefox to cut risk of code injection attacks and deter use of a dangerous JavaScript function. Firefox-maker Mozilla has detailed its recent efforts to harden the browser against code injection attacks. That hardening work has focused on removing "potentially dangerous artifacts" in the Firefox codebase, including inline scripts and eval()-like functions, according to Mozilla's content security lead Christoph Kerschbaumer. The removal of inline scripts is meant to improve protection for Firefox's 'about' protocol, more common
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