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Google, Apple, and Mozilla obstruct Kazakhstan federal government’s internet browser spying

Google, Apple, and Mozilla obstruct Kazakhstan federal government’s internet browser spying

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Getty Images | Thomas Jackson Major browser makers are blocking the use of a root certificate that Kazakhstan's government has used to intercept Internet traffic. Mozilla and Google issued a joint announcement today saying that "the companies deployed technical solutions within Firefox and Chrome to block the Kazakhstan government's ability to intercept Internet traffic within…
Firefox Send out lets you send out files approximately 2.5 GB with time and download limitations

Firefox Send out lets you send out files approximately 2.5 GB...

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When you first visit the site, you get this simple interface. Samuel Axon After you click the "Select files to upload button," you pick the file you want to send from your local machine. Samuel Axon From here, you can set the time limit, download limit, and password. Samuel Axon The file uploads with a…
Mozilla to utilize device finding out to discover code bugs prior to they deliver

Mozilla to utilize device finding out to discover code bugs prior...

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Ubisoft's Commit-Assistant In a bid to cut the number of coding errors made in its Firefox browser, Mozilla is deploying Clever-Commit, a machine-learning-driven coding assistant developed in conjunction with game developer Ubisoft. Clever-Commit analyzes code changes as developers commit them to the Firefox codebase. It compares them to all the code it has seen before…
Google isn’t the business that we must have handed the Web over to

Google isn’t the business that we must have handed the Web...

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With Microsoft's decision to end development of its own Web rendering engine and switch to Chromium, control over the Web has functionally been ceded to Google. That's a worrying turn of events, given the company's past behavior. Chrome itself has about 72 percent of the desktop-browser market share. Edge has about 4 percent. Opera, based…
Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla come together to end TLS 1.0

Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla come together to end TLS 1.0

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Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla have announced a unified plan to deprecate the use of TLS 1.0 and 1.1 early in 2020. TLS (Transport Layer Security) is used to secure connections on the Web. TLS is essential to the Web, providing the ability to form connections that are confidential, authenticated, and tamper-proof. This has made…

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