Advertised sites are not endorsed by us. They may be
unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction.
Press release
Submit a press release here.
How to hack
A menacing hand'€™s shadow on a computer keyboard in front of printed computer data. Dramatic light, high contrast.
Hacker hands
password typist
virtual private network (VPN)
Hacked’s Wiki
Trending Topics
Stephen Hawking
Posts Tagged ‘Firefox’
Most Recent
Read More
August 19, 2015

Mozilla Beefs Up Default Privacy

As reported on, Mozilla has moved an experimental security feature to the developer release. This changes the way Private Browsing, the equivalent of Chrome’s Incognito or IE’s InPrivate modes, deals with tracking user actions and behaviour across different websites.

The new version has Tracking Protection enabled for all Private Browsing windows by default. This means that if you want your browsing to be tracked you will need to disable the feature. If you have a website that you want to allow to track you then you will need to enable tracking for that site each and every session.

Mozilla believes that when you open a Private Browsing session that [...]

Read More
August 11, 2015

Update Your Firefox Browser to Fix a Major Browser Vulnerability, Now!

Mozilla Firefox browser users are being urged to update to the latest version of the open-source browser after a major vulnerability was found with the potential to steal sensitive data from user computers. The latest version of the browser is patched and now immune to the vulnerability.

Mozilla Firefox users on Windows and Linux platforms are being advised to update to the latest version of the browser (ver 39.0.3) due to an exploit being discovered in the wild which “searched for sensitive files and uploaded them to a server that appears to be in Ukraine,” Mozilla announced in a blog post.

The vulnerability allows malicious attackers to implement JavaScript in order [...]

Read More
April 9, 2015

Mozilla Recalls New Features Due to Fatal Security Bug

Firefox 37 was released on March 31st, but less than a week later, on April 3rd, Mozilla was forced to release a patch that disabled many new features it had instituted.

Read More
March 22, 2015

No Browser is Secure: All Major Browsers Hacked at 2015 Pwn2Own Contest

At least on Windows, and possibly on Mac. At the 2015 Pwn2Own Contest in Vancouver, which is part of the larger computer security conference called CanSecWest, independent security researchers were able to execute exploits on all four major browsers. The victims were Safari on OSX, Chrome on Windows, Firefox on Windows, and, less surprising, Internet Explorer on Windows.

How to Hack
How Cybercriminals Target Victims: Report Cites Top Information Resources
Knowledge Base
Press Releases
eSentire Partners with Carbon Black to Provide Endpoint Detection Capabilities to the Midmarket
SecurityScorecard Announces Data Science Partnership with Columbia University