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  • Firefox and Camino Browser Issue (vanity)

    12/02/2011 4:04:24 PM PST · by steelyourfaith · 6 replies
    After my most recent Firefox software update a couple of days ago I have experienced font problems.
  • Firefox use growing around the world, study says

    07/13/2006 4:58:01 AM PDT · by Panerai · 17 replies · 690+ views
    Macworld ^ | 07/12/2006 | Todd Weiss, Computerworld
    After a brief period of little growth this spring, The Mozilla Foundation’s open-source Firefox Web browser is again gaining ground on Microsoft Corp.’s Internet Explorer (IE). In its latest study on Web browser usage, Netherlands-based said Sunday that Firefox gained 1.14 percent in June and is now used by 12.93 percent of surfers. That’s up from 11.79 percent who used Firefox in May, while IE use declined by 2.12 percent to 83.05 percent. “We thought that Firefox growth had slowed down,” said Niels Brinkman, a co-founder of “It seems it’s increasing again. That’s a little bit of a...
  • Camino 1.0 Released

    02/14/2006 11:34:09 AM PST · by null and void · 26 replies · 700+ views ^ | 2/14/06 | Mozilla staff
    Camino 1.0 Released! Designed exclusively for Mac OS X, Camino 1.0 is built on Mozilla’s Gecko rendering engine and offers one of the fastest browsing experiences available.Some of the new features include the following: New tab bar appearancePause and resume for downloadsAnnoyance blocking (advertisements, pop-ups, and more)Enhanced security via certificate supportBundled Java Embedding Plugin for improved Java performanceForm fill from Address Book (using the menu item or optional toolbar icon) Inline searching of history and bookmarksUpgraded the Gecko rendering engine (from 1.7 to 1.8), resulting in performance, stability, and rendering improvements In addition, Camino is now a universal binary....
  • Microsoft drops Mac IE

    12/19/2005 2:51:56 PM PST · by Panerai · 59 replies · 1,612+ views ^ | 12/19/2005 | Colin Barker
    The minority of Mac users still browsing with Internet Explorer need to consider moving to another browser very quickly, as Microsoft plans to discontinue support for IE beginning Dec. 31. The news, which came in a statement on Friday, may not have come as a complete surprise to Mac users: Microsoft announced back in June 2003 that it was ending Mac support for IE. Microsoft has not upgraded the software in three years, leaving IE 5--rather than version 6, which is available for Windows--as the most recent version available to Mac users. While IE for Mac will continue to be...
  • New Phising attacks affects all browsers except IE

    02/08/2005 2:05:36 PM PST · by Syntyr · 19 replies · 1,778+ views
    Computerworld ^ | FEBRUARY 08, 2005 | Paul Roberts
    Experts: International domain names may pose threat The new trick is a variation of the 'homograph attack' The new trick is a variation of a known technique called the "homograph attack" and takes advantage of loopholes in the way some popular Web browsers display domain names that use non-English characters. It could allow malicious hackers and online identity-theft groups to trick unsuspecting users into divulging sensitive personal information, according to an advisory from The Shmoo Group, a hacker collective, and from Secunia. snip For example, attackers could register a Web domain "," which looks identical to the popular business news...
  • Catholic trek turns secular

    07/24/2004 7:14:03 AM PDT · by ELS · 4 replies · 428+ views
    The Christian Science Monitor ^ | July 23, 2004 | Geoff Pingree and Lisa Abend
    SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA – For centuries, Catholic pilgrims made this sacred journey across Spain for heavenly rewards. This summer, the throngs arriving in Santiago de Compostela have found more-immediate gratification: concerts by Lou Reed, The Cure, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Welcome to Xacobeo, the festival honoring the famed Camino de Santiago pilgrimage, which finishes here in the rolling green hills of northwestern Spain. Once the domain of devout Catholics, the 420-mile trek across the country to honor the Apostle James has been transformed into a pop-culture spectacle. Jenna Bush did it. So did the Queen of Spain. Even...