Starting today, Mozilla will turn on by default DNS over HTTPS (DoH) for Firefox users in the US, the company has announced. DoH is a new standard that encrypts a part of your internet traffic that’s sent
Last September, Mozilla announced a controversial change to its Firefox browser, “after many experiments,” the company said, “we feel confident that enabling DoH [DNS over HTTPS] by default is the right
If you live outside of the US, you can still turn on the feature manually. After a brief delay, Mozilla has started to make DNS over HTTPS the default for Firefox users in the US. Notwithstanding any hiccups,
Mozilla has announced that its Firefox browser has begun to roll out encrypted DNS over HTTPS by default for all users in the U.S., a major step in the push to fully encrypt all Internet traffic and eliminate
When a soldier in Thailand killed 29 people and injured more than 50 others last weekend in a bloody rampage he reportedly continued to post photos and videos to Facebook for almost five hours during attack.
Someone is trying to revive one of the most notorious non-consensual pornography (NCP) image boards, two years after police shuttered the original site. The new site takes the name and appearance of Anon-IB,
There was a lot of moving and shaking in the cybersecurity unicorn world in 2019. It was a year that saw two of the biggest exits in cybersecurity history: CrowdStrike went public valued at $3.35 billion