Firefox Likely To Win Race To Fix PWN2OWN Contest Bug
Full ArticleIt looks like Mozilla will beat out Microsoft and Apple to become the first browser maker to patch a critical vulnerability used to win the $5,000 hacking prize
The link to the article doesn't work anymore. But I got these after doing a short search for "pwn2own firefox":
Mozilla patches Firefox's critical Pwn2Own bug
Mozilla kills Firefox Pwn2Own bug | Zero Day | ZDNet.com
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Firefox Hits 35% Market Share In Europe, 22% Globally
SourceAnalysis – Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 8 has been available for 18 days and remains the company’s weakest web browser at launch since version 3. While the software now seems to be close to 4% market share, it appears to be unable to stop the bleeding of other IE versions. Since the beginning of the year, Mozilla’s Firefox has picked up more than half of the users IE lost; the other half went to Apple’s Safari and Google’s Chrome. This trend is evident in new market share numbers published by Net Applications and StatCounter, which show that Firefox hit a new record market share in March.
This is very good news tho,hope to see FireFox rocking once again & hitting heads,false ones like IE.
i think one of the reasons y people feel firefox is better simply coz its much more reliable in terms of security and also the releases have very few bugs which really makes it stand way out of the leagues of IE and others
First Look: Mozilla Firefox FX 3.6 Alpha 1
Some of the additions on FX are:
- tab preview when pressing Ctrl+Tab
- some improvements in the Bookmark system
- a new layout for the "Clear Private Data" - now it's called "Clear Recent History" and lets you delete traces from a particular time range rather than everything
Memory usage is quite good for an alpha. It scores 94/100 on the Acid3 test.
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Introducing the Firefox Taskfox Prototype
See MoreThe Firefox Superbar is about to be kicked to the next level with the integration of Ubiquity. Right now all that is available from Mozilla is the Taskfox Prototype, an illustration of what Ubiquity blended into Firefox's fabric would look like to the end user. Of course, you can watch the video embedded at the bottom of this article in order to get a perspective over Taskfox for Mozilla's open-source browser. Taskfox is essentially a feature Mozilla plans for Firefox, and which was inspired by the ubiquity experiment.
Firefox 3.5 Beta 4 Due Next Week