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Google punishes web backsliders in Chrome
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Mozilla decided to pull the Web of Trust add-on from its catalog, and the company behind the extension quickly pulled its software off of other browser platforms as well.
Another 40M bolt from Microsoft's browsers
Microsoft's browsers hemorrhaged another 40 million users last month, according to analytics vendor Net Applications.
Google to untrust WoSign and StartCom certificates
Following similar decisions by Mozilla and Apple, Google plans to reject new certificates issued by two certificate authorities because they violated industry rules and best practices.
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Firefox to follow Chrome’s lead on Flash, PDFs
The company is working with Google Chromium projects for PDF and Flash capabilities in order to modernize its Firefox browser
Where's the bottom for Microsoft's Internet Explorer?
Millions of users deserted Microsoft's browsers last month, adding to the collapse of the company's place in the browser world.
Mozilla tests ad-blocking feature in Firefox
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Mozilla slowly grants multi-process Firefox to more users
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