While downloading the latest version of Firefox for Mac, i took a peek at the source. The names don't look legit but i am not that familiar with how CDNs work. I hit download multiple times and ...
February 14, 2012 UTC: Yesterday, I connected to a website of a VPN provider for which Firefox 8.0.1 on Windows 7 Ultimate x86-64 stated that its' SSL certificate is invalid. I saved the received ...
I installed Convergence on Firefox 9.0.1: http://convergence.io/ but... after I installed/enabled it when I visit a HTTPS only-site there are many-many HTTP traffic to the notary servers. Why? ...
I'm doing some testing on my web app with Tamper Data. I've had success with Tamper Data in the past for normal HTTP post requests, but in this particular case I want to modify a post request that ...
Is this normal? Why is the Add-on named "x"? - not just this one, any add-on that I want to install named "x".. Why? p.s.: from the https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/ site
Assume a Windows 7 system (probably whatever home version comes with the machine), with the latest OS patches, latest IE and latest Firefox. Also assume that the user uses only Firefox for browsing, ...
Going deeper into the previous question on Firefox plugins and add-ons malware risks: Could a Firefox add-on potentially decode and capture the encrypted websites' passwords saved in the browser?