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Mozilla dumps Google for Yahoo as default search 
By Juha Saarinen | 3 days ago | Comment Now 
No single global default search engine for Firefox.
 
Google releases 64-bit version of Chrome  
By Juha Saarinen | Jun 4, 2014 | Comment Now 
Claims 25 percent speed improvement.
 
Mozilla chief stands down over donation furore 
 
Adobe releases fix for Flash zero-day 
By Danielle Walker | Feb 6, 2014 | Comment Now 
And Mozilla pushes out 4 critical patches.
 
Fake Firefox add-on snares users in botnet 
By Adam Greenberg | Dec 17, 2013 | Comment Now 
Infects more than 12,500 PCs.
 
Vodafone invests in social to combat customer churn 
By Ry Crozier | Nov 19, 2013 | Comment Now 
Seeks an 'omnichannel' view of customers.
 
Microsoft releases Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 
 
Half a million NBN fibre connections in limbo 
By Ry Crozier | Oct 30, 2013 | Comment Now 
Will you miss out on FTTP?
 
Firefox add-on graphs who users interact with on the web 
By Adam Greenberg | Oct 30, 2013 | Comment Now 
Beams light on how users interact online.
 
Mozilla fingers developer mode behind Firefox OS malware 
By Adam Greenberg | Oct 29, 2013 | Comment Now 
Teen hacker keeps mum on research.
 
Firefox 24 fixes nine critical bugs 
 
FBI Tor server takeover leads to arrest 
By Adam Greenberg | Sep 17, 2013 | Comment Now 
Irishman charged with distributing child pornography.
 
Mozilla's Plug-n-Hack  
By Adam Greenberg | Sep 9, 2013 | Comment Now 
Burp Suite support coming.
 
Fake Flash Player extensions foists spam  
 
Microsoft patches 23 bugs 
By Danielle Walker | Aug 14, 2013 | Comment Now 
Eliminates image pointers.
 
Chrome, Firefox store saved passwords in plain text 
By Allie Coyne | Aug 7, 2013 | Comment Now 
Features allow easy viewing.
 
Firefox blocks insecure content served on HTTPS 
By Darren Pauli | Aug 7, 2013 | Comment Now 
JavaScript turned on by default.
 
Claims Tor malware linked NSA 
By Adam Greenberg | Aug 6, 2013 | Comment Now 
IP space traced.
 
IE wins on privacy, loses on blocking malicious sites 
 
Study finds bug bounties an economic incentive 
By Adam Greenberg | Jul 15, 2013 | Comment Now 
Chrome and Firefox run efficient vuln schemes.
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Your bank
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Your insurance company
  3%
 
A technology company (Google, Facebook et al)
  7%
 
Your telco, ISP or utility
  8%
 
A retailer (Coles, Woolworths et al)
  2%
 
A Federal Government agency (ATO, Centrelink etc)
  21%
 
An Australian law enforcement agency (AFP, ASIO et al)
  15%
 
A State Government agency (Health dept, etc)
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