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Where and Whither Mozilla?

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  • Where and Whither Mozilla?
  • Firefox plans fix for decade-old browsing history leak

Firefox 3.6.3 security update now available

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mozilla.org: As part of Mozilla’s ongoing stability and security update process, Firefox 3.6.3 is now available as a free download for Windows, Mac, and Linux from http://www.firefox.com.

Mozilla State of the Internet Report

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  • Introducing the Mozilla State of the Internet Report
  • Firefox 3.5.9 and 3.0.19 security updates now available
  • Mozilla spits out last version of Firefox 3.0
  • Firefox developers block old CSS leak
  • Firefox coders propose fast-graphics deadline

Firefox Optimization – Speed

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HowTos

okiebuntu.homelinux.com: Open Firefox and in the address bar type: about:config (click ‘ok ill be careful’) To modify a Preference in about:config page you can:

7 Cool Firefox Add-ons

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thelinuxbox.org: One of the coolest things about Firefox is its extensibility. Everyone has their collection of favorite Firefox add-ons and I thought I would share mine. Some provide improved organization, some have a certain "WOW!" factor, and others just look pretty.

Firefox 3.6.2 closes critical security hole

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h-online.com: The Mozilla Foundation has released version 3.6.2 of its open source Firefox web browser. The developers say that, in addition to other holes, the most important vulnerability closed in Firefox 3.6.2 is a critical hole known since February.

German goverment to users: Stop using Firefox!

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blogs.zdnet.com: The German government has issued a stern warning to telling them not to use Firefox because the browser contains a critical security vulnerability.

Firefox 3.7 Alpha 3 Released

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ghacks.net: A Mozilla developer preview of Gecko 1.9.3 has been released. The release comes in the form of a nightly build of Firefox 3.7 alpha 3. The new build introduces several new features.

Firefox, Gecko, HTML5 and more: Interview with Mozilla's Asa Dotzler

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internetling.com: If it were not for Mozilla and its numerous open source projects that saved us from the IE Dark Ages, the browser market today would definitely be very different.

Internet Explorer 9 vs Firefox 3.7 : Open beats Closed

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blog.internetnews.com: Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 is now out for developers to try out and test -- well kinda/sorta. You see the IE9 Test Drive Platform Preview isn't really a browser is it?

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