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Resolving HTTP Error 416 Requested Range not satisfiable (IIS 7.5 example)

The chaos called HTTP often surprises us with some new sweet little error that put us in not so satisfiable position. For example the anonymous HTTP error 416. 279 more words


Alcatel joins the budget smartphone race in India with a Firefox OS device

The low-cost smartphone race in India is getting hotter. A handful of handsets makers are rolling out low-cost phones with top-of-the-line features. Alcatel Onetouch has partnered with Mozilla to launch its new Fire C 2G loaded with Firefox OS. 86 more words


Ericsson open-sources OpenWebRTC, providing rival to Google's WebRTC implementation

Ericsson has open-sourced its experimental Bowser browser and released it (again) for iOS. Not only will this twin-pronged move provide the only WebRTC-supporting browser for Apple’s mobile platform, but it will also give developers an alternative to Google’s implementation of the promising standard. 599 more words

Multiple Firefox Profiles

Almost all of us want a clean browser while surfing the web. If more than one person is using same computer then there can be some bookmarks which is important for 1 user, but useless for other. 178 more words


Firejail - A Security Sandbox for Mozilla Firefox

We often find ourselves running applications we received in binary format. These include not only traditional software installed on our computers, but also unauthenticated programs received over the network and run in web browsers. 787 more words


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Firefox - Lightbeam: Behind the Scenes of Web Browsing

After surfing the web for the 20 minutes there was a lot of interesting data I discovered through Lightbeam. To start, I found that the way Lightbeam presented their data visualization was very appropriate. 301 more words


04: Lightbeam

In this assignment we were suppose to install the browser Firefox and the add-on to it called Lightbeam. After surfing the web for 20 minutes we use the results from Lightbeam and reflect on it with the topic privacy and security we learnt in class. 360 more words