Firefox 65 rolls out new redesigned privacy controls as part of Mozilla’s anti-tracking promise.
Poor DNS housekeeping opens the door to account takeover.
Unlike its browser competitors, Firefox will soon start blocking tracking cookies by default in the name of consumer privacy.
The service gleans information from receipts, travel itineraries, trade confirmations for online brokerages, Uber messages, auto-loan confirmation and promotions.
Don’t expect tracking methods such as browser fingerprinting to disappear anytime soon, even with GDPR, warns the EFF.
Netgear patches over a dozen vulnerabilities impacting its routers, switches and NAS devices.