Mozilla Firefox 3 beta 2 has been released and available for the download. Firefox takes security to next level. For example, If you visit a malicious site using Firefox 3, it will block the site and do it with a user interface that doesn't allow a click-through.
The new beta software includes improved protection from cross-site JSON data leaks, tighter restrictions on cookies, clearer Web site identification by clicking on the site favicon in the location bar, better malware protection, stricter SSL error pages, anti-virus integration in the download manager, and version checking for insecure plugins.
Download Firefox 3 beta 2
Firefox 3 Beta 2 is available in more than 25 languages. Visit official home page to grab Firefox 3 beta 2 software.
Other Firefox news
Check out giant Firefox fathead stickers on Georgia Institute of technology football stadium (via QTP):
(Fig 02: Firefox fathead stickers on Georgia Institute of technology football stadium. Image Credit - official Mozilla blog)
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