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Securityfocus interview with Mozilla security team

"Mozilla released its latest browser, Firefox 3.0, this week. SecurityFocus contributor Federico Biancuzzi tracked down two key members of Mozilla's security team, Window Snyder and Johnathan Nightingale, to learn more about the security features included in this major release.

They discussed the protection against phishing and the new malware protection, the new update mechanism for add-ons, Mozilla's security policies and processes, and the hardening of their Javascript implementation."

Interview Link: http://www.securityfocus.com/columnists/475


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