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Vulnerability Web Browser Firefox 3.5 with Highly Critical Security

Author : Admin

Mozilla Firefox 3.5 was released June 30th, 2009 that is claimed as the best modern web browser and more faster to render web pages. However, in July 13, 2009, SBerry has discovered a vulnerability in web browser Mozilla Firefox, which can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a user’s system. This is the first vulnerability of Mozilla Firefox v3.5 that was published.

Mozilla Firefox with new features like private browsing, tear-off tabs and enhancements to the Awesome Bar, plus major performance enhancements. In the security improvement, secure surfing is top priority, anti phishing, anti malware technology and have added private browsing and “forget this site” options to ensure our privacy. … continue reading : Vulnerability Web Browser Firefox 3.5 with Highly Critical Security.

15 July 2009 at 12:50 - Comments

How to Tighten Web Browser Security

Author : Admin

There are several step, we as client or users can take to make web browsers and e-mail client more secure and protect against malicious code or unauthorized use of information. In this discussion, we will describe step by step how to tighten the security of web browser in general browsers or client, it’s not specific in one of the browsers.

 

First step to make sure our browser more secure is restricting the use of programming languages. Most web browsers have option settings that allow users to restrict or deny the use of web based programming languages. For example, Internet Explorer can be set to do one of three things when a JavaScript, Java or Activex element appears on a web page : Always allow, Always Deny and Prompt for user input. … continue reading : How to Tighten Web Browser Security.

13 July 2009 at 22:35 - Comments