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Can you speak more to your vision for Firefox — what’s happening now, and what’s exciting about where it is headed?

Privacy has been part of our vision from day one and is always going to be part of what we deliver on in our product. We’re making the connection that a safe and joyful internet is a colorful one, and ultimately we want to connect with the people that make the internet a colorful place. We know Firefox users are aware that other browsers and tools exist that they could use for being online, leveraging the internet and getting things done. But they come to rely on Firefox in many ways as their personal browser of choice in large part because of the experience our privacy features offer, but now also because of the joy we can help provide in different ways. So our vision of Firefox is to help those customers continue to have a world-class experience and get more from the internet every day with less compromises that come with the internet. 

Why make color-based customization a top priority for a product like a web browser?

We know that we are spending more time in this digital ecosystem — not the concrete jungle, but the digital jungle. So much more of our life is flowing through what have historically been these gray boxes. And we don’t really tolerate this type of what I would say are one-size-fits-all tools anywhere else in our lives. And so, it just feels like a natural extension to allow people to make this tool that they’re leveraging every day feel more of their own, to feel fresh, to be exciting, to just bring in that small moment of delight to their day. 

We identified that color is a way to connect with people across all divides (and we have research that people respond positively to it) — it is a universal language that transcends the boundaries of our diverse verbal languages. And we chose “Colorways” rather than “themes” to show we are branching out from our language of “browser” to speak the language of everyday life and everyday users. This is  about more than just installing a new “theme,” which really doesn’t have much meaning to most people.

Why is it important for you that people who use Firefox should have these customizable choices?

Using the web is fun! The web is fun, it should be fun. The only way you get on the web should not be by choosing your different colored gray box. The web is a rich tapestry. Why does it only have to be one way? Why can’t you have this delight and joy that you bring to the experience? And specifically with how much we use the web and rely on it every day. That is the core story and a big grounding reason for this: because it’s fun.

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What body of research guided you to developing these color-based customizations in a browser? What have you learned from early conversations with users?

I think it was a hypothesis that I had early on. Coming from the fashion industry, the limited edition drop, to those outside the industry, could really feel like this money grab where you’re like, “Doing this one special…” But for people who love fashion and people who love expression, it’s so special and it has so much evocative meaning to people. You’ll hear customers talk about a shirt like, “That color is just… If this was a slightly darker shade of blue, I’d be okay with it,” or, “If this yellow was a little bit more subdued, I’d be okay with it.” Knowing we select our fashion as well as the tools to navigate our days, we’ve begun to hypothesize about how we can bring more expression into Firefox, more things to choose from that delight. It’s the same brain to evaluate our tools, choose an outfit, and navigate our day, so I’ve had the hypothesis that people are interested in customizing their tools and making it more of their own, potentially the same way they choose an outfit. 

But what really guided this specific release was that it’s just what we learned when we did our redesign in June. When we gave people the opportunity to choose a new way to express themselves with color in their browsing experience, their engagement shot through the roof. I mean, the adoption of certain themes increased by more than 200%. We came up with the question, what if we really lean into this? What would that experience look like, and what is the experience that we can give our customers? Those all came together and have formed the basis for this release, which we think is really just the beginning of making sure that the experience of using Firefox is your expression of Firefox.

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Mozilla ha lanzado una alerta en el que insta a los usuarios a instalar un parche de emergencia para Firefox incluido en las nuevas versiones del navegador a partir de las 67.0.3 y ESR 60.7.1.



La alerta viene motivada por la explotación de una vulnerabilidad 0-Day clasificada bajo el código CVE-2019-11707 y descubierta inicialmente por el equipo de seguridad Project Zero de Google. Es la primera vulnerabilidad de «día cero» detectada desde 2016 en el navegador web de Mozilla.



El error es lo que se conoce como una «vulnerabilidad de confusión de tipos», que en pocas palabras es un fragmento de código que no verifica el tipo de objeto o recurso y luego utiliza un objeto incompatible que causa el bloqueo del programa.



En la práctica, se reproduce al manipular objetos de JavaScript debido a problemas con la instrucción Array.pop y permite a un atacante ejecutar código arbitrario y tomar el control del equipo una vez que un usuario de Firefox visite una página web con un código malicioso oculto y especialmente preparado para explotar la vulnerabilidad.



«Somos conscientes de ataques dirigidos que están explotando este problema», alertan desde Mozilla recomendando la actualización inmediata a Firefox 67.0.3 y Firefox ESR 60.7.1, versiones que han parcheado esta vulnerabilidad crítica.



Puedes descargar las nuevas versiones desde la página web de Firefox o si ya tiene instalado el navegador asegurarse que se ha actualizado automáticamente o hacerlo manualmente desde el menú de configuración > Ayuda > Acerca de Firefox.

 

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Entre las novedades de Firefox 68, que detallaremos más extensamente tras el corte, también tenemos una AwesomeBar reescrita para que sea más fiable y ofrezca mejor rendimiento, pero los cambios visuales de la misma aún no han llegado a esta versión. Se rumorea que los diseños ya están preparados, pero Mozilla aún tiene que elegir el mejor y pulirlo para poder añadirlo a Firefox 69 o algún lanzamiento futuro.

 

 

 

 

Novedades incluidas en Firefox 68

  • Soporte para acceder a la cuenta de Firefox desde el menú de hamburguesas (las tres líneas horizontales).
  • Implementa una auditoría de contraste de color de toda la página capaz de identificar todos los elementos en una página web que no superan las comprobaciones de contraste de color.
  • Activado WebRender para usuarios de Windows 10 con tarjetas gráficas AMD.
  • Nuevo programa de recomendación de extensiones.
  • Nuevos accesos del teclado para Windows 10.
  • Posibilidad de ver las pestañas de otras instalaciones de Firefox conectadas a la misma cuenta de Firefox (sin introducir el símbolo “%”).
  • Eliminadas algunas traducciones no mantenidas.
  • La AwesomeBar se ha reescrito para mejorar su rendimiento y funcionamiento.
  • Nuevo modo oscuro en la vista del lector.
  • Se ha añadido una nueva función para reportar problemas de seguridad y rendimiento con las extensiones y temas en about:addons.
  • Se ha rediseñado el dashboard de extensiones en about:addons para proporcionar un acceso simplificado a la información sobre extensiones.
  • La protección contra el criptominado y el fingerprinting se ha añadido a los ajustes de bloqueo de contenido estricto en las preferencias de privacidad y seguridad.
  • Soporte de descargas para Windows BITS (Windows Background Intelligent Transfer) actualizado, lo que le permite a Firefox actualizar las descargas para continuar cuando se cierre el navegador.
  • Los archivos locales ya no pueden acceder a otros archivos en el mismo directorio.
  • Cuando se detecta un error HTTPS causado por un antivirus, Firefox intentará repararlo automáticamente.
  • El acceso al micrófono y la cámara ahora necesitan una conexión HTTPS.
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Mozilla heeft versie 76 van zijn webbrowser Firefox uitgebracht. In versie 76 is onder meer de ingebakken Lockwise password manager verbeterd. Zo laat het zien wanneer websites waarvan wachtwoorden zijn opgeslagen zijn gehackt, of het wachtwoord van een gehackte website ook ergens anders wordt gebruikt en worden opgeslagen wachtwoorden niet meer getoond zonder dat het Firefox of Windows wachtwoord wordt ingegeven. Verder zijn er diverse beveiligingsproblemen verholpen en zijn er enkele verbeteringen aangebracht in de zoekfunctie vanuit de adresbalk. De complete changelog kan hieronder worden gevonden.

New
  • With today’s release, Firefox strengthens protections for your online account logins and passwords, with innovative approaches to managing your accounts during this critical time:
    • Firefox displays critical alerts in the Lockwise password manager when a website is breached;
    • If one of your accounts is involved in a website breach and you've used the same password on other websites, you will now be prompted to update your password. A key icon identifies which accounts use that vulnerable password.
    • Automatically generate secure, complex passwords for new accounts across more of the web that are easily saved right in the browser;
    • You have been able to access and see your saved passwords under Logins and Passwords easily under the main menu. If your device happens to be shared among your family or roommates, the latest update helps to prevent casual snooping over your shoulder. If you don’t have a master password set up for Firefox, Windows and macOS now requires a login to your operating system account before showing your saved passwords.
  • Picture-in-Picture allows you to multitask, the small video window following along no matter what you are doing on your computer, across different applications and even workspaces. Now, when you are ready to focus on the video, a double click can take the small window into full screen. Double click again to reduce the size again.
  • Firefox now supports Audio Worklets that will allow more complex audio processing like VR and gaming on the web; and is being adopted by some of your favorite software programs.
    • With this change, you can now join Zoom calls on Firefox without the need for any additional downloads.
  • WebRender continues its roll out to more Firefox for Windows users, now available by default on modern Intel laptops with a small screen (<= 1920x1200) for improved graphics rendering.
Fixed Changed
  • The shadow around the address bar field is reduced in width when a new tab is opened;
  • The bookmarks toolbar has expanded slightly in size to improve its surface area for touchscreens.
Developer
  • Developer Information
  • Testing mobile interactions using DevTools’ Responsive Design Mode now mimics the device behavior for handling double-tap to zoom. This builds on previous improvements to correctly rendering meta-viewport tags, allowing developers to optimize their sites for Firefox for Android without a device.
  • Double-clicking table headers in DevTools’ network request table now resizes the column width to fit the content, making it easier to expand the important data.
  • WebSocket inspection now supports ActionCable message preview, adding to the list of automatically formatted protocols like socket.io, SignalR, WAMP, etc.
unresolved
  • Audio playback is currently not working when running the 32-bit Windows version of Firefox from a network drive. This will be addressed in an upcoming future Firefox release.
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