The latest version of Firefox is set to be released this Tuesday, March 13th. However, the final version of Firefox 11 has been uploaded to Mozilla’s FTP servers for immediate download. This new version of Firefox comes with changes like Add-on syncing between computers and importing data from Google’s Chrome browser along with a few smaller changes. If you can’t wait to grab the new version on Tuesday, we have the download links after the break! Continue reading →
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I know, I know. When will Mozilla stop with all these Firefox updates? It seems not any time soon because tomorrow marks the day that Firefox 9.0 is officially released. As usual, the official update has hit Mozilla’s FTP servers letting avid Firefox users get the update a few hours ahead of time. We have the download links and all the info on what’s new in Firefox 9 including improved Mac OS X compatibility, a new UI for Android tablets, and more. Continue reading →
The Mozilla Firefox team have unofficially released a new version of Firefox on their FTP servers. This isn’t uncommon for the Mountain View, Califnornia company though. According to their rapid release schedule, every 6 weeks the team releases a new iteration of the web browser, and this time it’s Firefox 8. Unlike their last update with Firefox 7, this new version doesn’t contain quite as many new features, but it’s still worth updating. Continue reading →
That’s right! The Mozilla team just won’t stop the Firefox updates and have been sticking to their 6-week rapid release schedule. About a month ago the team released Firefox 6 and now they’re ready with the latest version: Firefox 7. If you’re running any earlier version of Firefox now, you will definitely want to upgrade to Firefox 7 after you see some of improvements that have been made. Continue reading →
The most popular web browser is getting an update this Tuesday, but as usual Mozilla has released the final version on its FTP servers a few days early. That means you can download the final version of Firefox 6 right now! There are a few changes Mozilla has packed into this new version, so let’s see what the team has in store for us this time! Continue reading →
This is the second post of a two-part feature on how to obtain information on a WEP enabled wireless network. We’ve already discussed how to crack a WEP key. Now this post will show how to gather information using a Firefox Add-on called Firesheep.
Disclaimer: I do not care what you do with this information. Who am I to tell you what to do with something you’ve learned? It is your decision to use this information ethically or unethically. Just know that stealing private information is illegal.
It’s likely you’ve heard of Firesheep by now. It’s been written about in Forbes, PCWorld, and ZDNet just to name a few. There have been 746,845 Firesheep downloads as of this writing. But I’m sure there are still a few of you who only use the Internet for Facebook and Gmail and haven’t heard of it. That’s alright, but there are some things you should know especially if you’re using either of those two aforementioned sites. Continue reading →