Tag Archives: firefox

Safari Browser – Not Safe

Safari Browser – Not Safe | Current versions of Firefox, Chrome, and IE9 have built-in protection or filtering to prevent social engineering execution of XSS and javascript in the URL bar. (As of this writing, Firefox 12, Chrome 18). The only major browser that currently does _not_ do so well for these protections is Safari. Safari 5.1.5 on OS X Lion

Install latest Iceweasel in Linux Mint Debian Edition

Install latest Iceweasel in Linux Mint Debian Edition | Linux Mint Debian Edition currently rolls its own Firefox, which can take time to get packaged to the latest version. And being based on Debian Testing, the Testing version of Iceweasel is often not the latest and greatest version for those looking at upstream alternatives. That is where the Debian Mozilla team steps in! To

Install Flash Player 11 in Linux Mint Debian Edition 64bit

Install Flash Player 11 in Linux Mint Debian Edition 64bit | Adobe released Flash Player 11 beta with support for 64bit Linux. Yay! I’ll show you how to install it for Linux Mint Debian Edition 64bit. Edit: This post is now obsolete. Flash 11 for 64bit Linux is included in most distro repositories now, or directly from Adobe. First, remove any existing flash player version you

Install Firefox 4 in Ubuntu 10.04 / 10.10

Install Firefox 4 in Ubuntu 10.04 / 10.10 | Here’s how to upgrade your Firefox 3.x in Ubuntu to Firefox 4 using the Mozilla stable ppa. Simply issue these commands one after another: $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install firefox ubufox Your existing Firefox will be replaced with the new Firefox 4.

Firefox 4 Beta 1 Ubuntu

Firefox 4 Beta 1 Ubuntu | Firefox 4 beta 1 is out! I took it for a spin in Ubuntu. Right away, it’s fast. Snappy fast. It is a great relief that Firefox is back and fast. The 3 and especially 3.5 series was becoming noticeably slower than the other popular browsers such as Safari, Chrome, and Opera. I ran it