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Mozilla/Web: litebrowser, Mozilla’s New Chief People Officer, and Tor Browser 11.0.2

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  • litehtml compiled in OpenEmbedded

    Have received feedback that Balsa email client does not work in EasyOS 3.1.13. It's email filtering is pretty weak anyway, so reckon that I will go over to Claws Mail.

    Claws Mail is optionally able to view HTML emails by the 'litehtml' library. Very interesting, the developer of litehtml also has a little browser, named 'litebrowser'...

  • Kristen Trubey, Mozilla’s New Chief People Officer

    I am pleased to share that Kristen Trubey has joined Mozilla as our Chief People Officer. Kristen initially came to Mozilla in August in an interim capacity but she quickly settled in and made an immediate impact. Her expertise, experience and focus to create connections between company culture, employee experience, and business results proved to be exactly the kind of leadership we were looking for to lead our people teams.

    As Chief People Officer, Kristen will be responsible for all areas of HR and Organizational Development at Mozilla Corporation with an overall focus on ensuring we’re building and growing a resilient, high impact global organization to support Mozilla’s next chapter.

  • New Release: Tor Browser 11.0.2

    Tor Browser 11.0.2 is now available from the Tor Browser download page and also from our distribution directory

    This version updates Firefox on Windows, macOS, and Linux to 91.4.0esr. This version includes important security updates to Firefox.

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  • Tor Browser 11.0.2 released. Tor site blocking extension. Possible attacks on Tor

    The release of the specialized browser Tor Browser 11.0.2 , focused on ensuring anonymity, security and privacy, is presented . When using the Tor Browser, all traffic is redirected only through the Tor network, and it is impossible to contact directly through the standard network connection of the current system, which does not allow tracing the user’s real IP address (in the event of a browser hacking, attackers can gain access to the system parameters of the network, so for a complete to block potential leaks, use products such as Whonix ). Tor Browser builds are prepared for Linux, Windows and macOS.

    For additional protection, the Tor Browser includes the HTTPS Everywhere add-on , which allows you to use traffic encryption on all sites where possible. To reduce the threat from attacks using JavaScript and block plugins by default, a NoScript add-on is included… To combat blocking and traffic inspection, alternative transports are used. To protect against highlighting visitor-specific features, the APIs WebGL, WebGL2, WebAudio, Social, SpeechSynthesis, Touch, AudioContext, HTMLMediaElement, Mediastream, Canvas, SharedWorker, WebAudio, Permissions, MediaDevices.enumerateDevices and screen.orientation are disabled or limited, and are also disabled telemetry sending tools, Pocket, Reader View, HTTP Alternative-Services, MozTCPSocket, “link rel = preconnect”, libmdns modified.

  • My best holiday shopping tip? Mozilla

    It’s that time of year again — when all of the mail carriers have overflowing trucks, malls are miraculously busy and budgets are tight. Yes, it is holiday shopping time. This year more than 84% of Americans plan to buy holiday gifts with estimates that Americans will spend at least as much on gifts as last year — $789 billion on people’s present purchases alone. And as much as we love our family and friends, buying gifts for them can be just stressful. While Mozilla can’t make your impossible-to-shop-for dad any easier to shop for or fix the supply chain issues, we can help make the process of holiday shopping more enjoyable.

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