Posts Tagged ‘Firefox Nightly’

Tracking Protection Lands in Firefox Nightly for Android

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

Regardless of privacy and security issues, it’s always struck me as annoying and creepy when web sites continually track user online activity. Nobody likes nosy folks who are always prying into other peoples’ business.

Mozilla added the new tracking protection feature to Firefox Nightly for Windows, Linux and Mac systems in November 2014. The feature uses block lists of domains and sites that are known to track users. When enabled, communication is blocked to those servers on the Internet to improve user privacy.


Prepare Yourself – Australis Landing on Firefox Nightly on Monday

Friday, November 15th, 2013

I’ve been reading a heck of a lot about Australis (both good and bad) for months now … and now it looks like I’ll finally be able to check it out for myself …

If things go as planned, Mozilla will move the controversial interface update for its Firefox browser to the browser’s Nightly channel on Monday, November 18th. Up until now, Australis was tested in special UX Builds of the browser and not available in any of the regular release channels of it.