Internet Explorer 10 blocks more malware than Chrome or Firefox, test finds

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 10 is better at blocking malware downloads than rivals Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera thanks to superior URL and application reputation technology, a new test by NSS Labs has found. Browser security has been getting more and more layered and complex.  How it works and whether it works ...

NoScript for Mobile Devices

Monday, October 17th, 2011

This is the first feature-complete mobile version of NoScript. In other words, it provides all the major security features of its desktop counterpart which make sense on a mobile device.

HTTPS Everywhere: Fend Off Firesheep

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

The Web is an insecure place and getting more insecure all the time. The latest threat, the Firesheep add-in for Firefox, is particularly dangerous because it is exceedingly simple to use. Someone with absolutely no hacking experience can grab your private login information to sites such as Facebook and Amazon, ...

Firesheep Highlights Web Privacy Problem

Monday, October 25th, 2010

A new add-on program for the popular Firefox Web browser is stirring up longstanding concerns over how many websites electronically identify their users.It’s a problem associated with the use of wireless networks. The add-on program, Firesheep, is designed to make it easy to intercept browser “cookies” used by popular Web ...

Update your browsers!

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

Today, Firefox moved up to 3.6.11 and Google Chrome (stable release) moved up to 7.0.517.41. Lots of security fixes in these new versions.