Ever since Firefox 3 came out last summer, it’s been warning users of unsigned, self-signed and invalid secure web pages. Firefox 3.5’s warning gets even more confusing for non-technical users. Safari, Chrome and even Internet Explorer also display similar warnings.
If you’ve ever wondered the following questions: What exactly does this warning mean? Why is it important? Why should you care? Why is your browser even bothering you about this? – This article is for you:
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The latest version of Firefox was recently released. Featuring improvements, new features and fixes, we looked at 5 ways of securing Firefox 3.5 in Part One. Now, for Part Two, here’s 5 easy ways to adjust Firefox’s settings to maintain your internet privacy. Continue reading →
Firefox 3.5 was released this week. With features such as Private Browsing, Location awareness, speed improvements and miscellaneous bug fixes, it’s well worth the free download. Now that Firefox 3.5 is out, this two part post will look at securing Firefox and maintaining your privacy on the web. For part one, let’s look at five […] Continue reading →
The best feature of Firefox is the ability to customize it using third-party, open source add ons. There are hundreds of these extensions that customize Firefox to do just about anything you would want it to do. Of course, some of these add ons are better than others. The following ten recommended extensions drastically improve […] Continue reading →