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Dog days for Firefox

Next big release of upstart open-source browser gets pushed back, and a flaw surfaces in a popular add-on.

The next big release of the upstart open-source browser gets pushed back, and a flaw surfaces in a popular add-on. But backers see a surge in 2006.

Major Firefox release delayed

Adding new features to the open-source browser is taking "a bit longer than initially expected," Mozilla Foundation says.
July 21, 2005

Greasemonkey add-on slips up

Popular extension contains flaw that could let an attacker access a user's files. "Neutered" update has been released.
July 20, 2005

Mozilla: IE 7 to boost Firefox growth

Foundation hopes to attract corporate Windows 2000 users who will be unable to take advantage of Internet Explorer improvements.
July 19, 2005

Coding misstep forces new Firefox release

Because new update is planned, Mozilla tells developers to suspend localization work, drawing criticism.
July 18, 2005 previous coverage

Firefox marketing site hacked

Attack on SpreadFirefox.com, the online hub for Mozilla's Firefox marketing efforts, may have exposed user data.
July 18, 2005