To improve security, Firefox 57 will introduce a new key negotiation algorithm implementation

Recently, Mozilla security blog announced that it is working with  INRIA  and  Project Everest, in the browser integration  HACL *  encryption algorithm library components. The first result of the cooperation is the implementation of the  Curve25519 key agreement algorithm (RFC7748). The implementation has been added to the Firefox Nightly, is expected to be officially available to the user in Firefox 57, Curve25519 is widely used in […]

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Mozilla: Windows 64-bit users will be provided Firefox 64-bit version by default

For users running 64-bit Windows operating systems, Mozilla has default to provide a 64-bit version of the Firefox browser. As the 64-bit version can better play Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR) function can provide users with a higher level of security protection. If consumers have ample memory space, then the 64-bit browser can access more than 2GB […]

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