If there is one thing Mozilla’s Firefox is best known for, it is security. It is the browser’s strongest selling point. However, with the rollout of Firefox 52, you just might find more reasons to stick to Firefox; because we all know Chrome is giving all browsers a fearsome run for their money.
Firefox 52 is the latest Mozilla release on the Beta channel, and it is available to the early adopters, web developers, and anyone else who wants to give it a test drive. Going by Mozilla’s rapid release calendar for Firefox browser, the Firefox 52 will be the next Extended Support Release (ESR).
Firefox 52 features
According to revelations by the Mozilla release notes, this Firefox version will update the Firefox sync technology. Enabling users to send and open new tabs from one device to another. The browser will also implement the Strict Secure Cookies specifications.
As Mozilla explains: “Implemented the Strict Secure Cookies spec which forbids insecure (http:) sites from setting cookies with the “secure” attribute, and in some cases prevents an insecure site from setting a cookie with the same name as an existing …read more