A modified version of Mozilla Firefox that lets users browse the web anonymously has been released.
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A few days ago Slashdot trumpeted the headline "611 Defects, 71 Vulnerabilities Found In Firefox", based on a post by Adam Harrison who had applied his company's static code analysis tool to the Firefox code. That's not an unfair summary since Harrison's post says "The analysis resulted in 655 defects and 71 potential security vulnerabilities."
The latest beta version of Mozilla Firefox 2 has just been released! Beta 2 is available for download now from the Firefox 2 Beta 2 milestone releases page, which contains information related to the release. Alternatively, you can go directly to the downloads page if you don't want to see any of the releases notes.
A Toronto software development company has been selected by Mozilla to design the user interface and improve the usability of the next version of Firefox.
Mozilla formed a team to develop a default theme for Firefox 2.0 earlier this year. In May, the team selected software development company Radiant Core over two other companies.