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Dutch CA banished for life from Chrome, Firefox

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theregister.co.uk: The network breach in July that forged a near-perfect replica of a Google.com credential minted more than 200 other SSL certificates for more than 20 different domains, a top manager for Mozilla's Firefox browser said.

The Big, Bad Browser Quiz

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  • The Big, Bad Browser Quiz
  • 10 Best Firefox Add-ons You Can’t Live Without
  • Mozilla Targets Tablets With New Browser Designs

Firefox 6.0.1 and 3.6.21 updates available

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  • Firefox 6.0.1 and 3.6.21 desktop security updates now available
  • Thunderbird 6.0.1 and 3.1.13 security updates now available

Firefox for Tablets

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ianbarlow.wordpress: The Mozilla Mobile Team is working tirelessly to make Firefox awesome on tablets, and I wanted to take a moment to share some of the design decisions we’ve made with the UI thus far.

Web Browser Grand Prix VI:

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  • Web Browser Grand Prix VI: Firefox 6, Chrome 13, Mac OS X Lion
  • Mozilla, Firefox Criticized for a Pestilence of Bugs
  • Firefox 6: A Firefox too far? (Review)

Firefox 6 already sees bump in traffic soon after debut

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  • Firefox 6 already sees bump in traffic soon after debut
  • Want a Faster Firefox? Pale Moon 6.0 Can Help
  • Firefox 7.0 Beta 2
  • About Firefox About
  • Cool Tip: Open FireFox inside FireFox Tab
  • Future Firefox Features, What I’m Looking Forward To
  • Light Switch, Dim Everything But Media In Firefox

Speed Dial Coming In Firefox 9

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digitizor.com: Speed Dial is a feature first introduced by Opera almost four years. It is basically a grid of the top websites you visit. From my experience, this is a very convenient way to get to my favorite websites after firing up the browser.

Rapid Release Process

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lizardwrangler.com: Recently Mozilla implemented a rapid release process, where we release a version of Firefox every 6 weeks. This has involved changing a number of our processes. It’s also raised some new issues.

Firefox's Tablet UI Scheduled for Firefox 9 Integration

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tomsguide.com: Firefox 6 may have been just released, but I have to admit that versions 7, 8 and 9 may be much more interesting from the end user's point of view.

Firefox 7 beta brings major cuts in memory usage

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theinquirer.net: Just days after Mozilla released Firefox 6, the clock is already ticking on Firefox 7, which tipped up in the Firefox beta channel yesterday. There are all the usual improvements, but none of those really matter because theres one important improvement that isn't even visible to the user.

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