Mozilla Firefox 74.0 – Download for Windows

Mozilla Firefox - Download
Latest Version:74.0
Platform:Minimum: Windows 7 64bit
Author:Official website
File size:~ 47 MB
License:Open Source
Security level:100% Safe

Mozilla Firefox is your best choice for an internet browser

Mozilla continues working on more improvements for its star product: the free and open-source browser, Firefox. Among its main features are the option of being able to browse several websites at the same time thanks to its tab system, all while supporting most existing web standards as well as offering a personalized experience thanks to its extensions, add-ons, and themes that have been created by the community and which allow you to expand its functions.

Its latest releases have centered on improving technical aspects, as its appearance continues being pretty much the same as that of previous versions. Performance and stability have, once again, been improved with better JavaScript and rendering engines, increased HTML5 compatibility, independent processing for the browser’s add-ons, and much more.

The speed with which websites are loaded, and resource use, have also seen improvements, therefore avoiding the excessive use of memory found on previous versions. With the release of each newer version, the tool has run more and more smoothly, allowing it to compete for head to head with its main competitors.

Each newer version of Firefox has presented important changes and improved its service, allowing it to no longer be seen as a simple alternative to Internet Explorer and Google Chrome and to become the main choice for millions of users around the world.

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Change Log:

What’s new:
New:
– Your login management has improved with the ability to reverse alpha sort (Name Z-A) in Lockwise, which you can access under Logins and Passwords.
– Firefox now makes importing your bookmarks and history from the new Microsoft Edge browser on Windows and Mac simple.
– Add-ons installed by external applications can now be removed using the Add-ons Manager (about addons). Going forward, only users can install add-ons; they cannot be installed by an application.
– Facebook Container prevents Facebook from tracking you around the web – Facebook logins, likes, and comments are automatically blocked on non-Facebook sites. But when we need an exception, you can now create one by adding custom sites to the Facebook Container.
– Firefox now provides better privacy for your web voice and video calls through support for DNS ICE by cloaking your computer’s IP address with a random ID in certain WebRTC scenarios.

Security fixes:
– CVE-2020-6805: Use-after-free when removing data about origins
– CVE-2020-6806: BodyStream::OnInputStreamReady was missing protections against state confusion
– CVE-2020-6807: Use-after-free in cubeb during stream destruction
– CVE-2020-6808: URL Spoofing via javascript: URL
– CVE-2020-6809: Web Extensions with the all-URLs permission could access local files
– CVE-2020-6810: Focusing a popup while in fullscreen could have obscured the fullscreen notification
– CVE-2020-6811: Devtools’ ‘Copy as cURL’ feature did not fully escape website-controlled data, potentially leading to command injection
– CVE-2019-20503: Out of bounds reads in sctp_load_addresses_from_init
– CVE-2020-6812: The names of AirPods with personally identifiable information we’re exposed to websites with camera or microphone permission
– CVE-2020-6813: @import statements in CSS could bypass the Content Security Policy nonce feature
– CVE-2020-6814: Memory safety bugs fixed in Firefox 74 and Firefox ESR 68.6
– CVE-2020-6815: Memory and script safety bugs fixed in Firefox 74
– We have fixed issues involving pinned tabs such as being lost. You should also no longer see them reorder themselves.

Changed:
– When a video is uploaded with a batch of photos on Instagram, the Picture-in-Picture toggle would sit atop of the “next” button. The toggle is now moved to allow you to flip through to the next image of the batch.
– On Windows, Ctrl+I can now be used to open the Page Info window instead of opening the Bookmarks sidebar. Ctrl+B still opens the Bookmarks sidebar making keyboard shortcuts more useful for our users.
– We have disabled TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 to improve your website connections. Sites that don’t support TLS version 1.2 will now show an error page.

Developer:
– Firefox’s Debugger added support for debugging Nested Web Workers, so their execution can be paused and stepped through with breakpoints

Web Platform:
– Firefox has added support for the new JavaScript optional chaining operator (?.) and CSS text-underline-position.

 

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