The next version of Chrome, due out early next month, will automatically block non-visible Flash content, such as tracking and fingerprint cookies. Then, in December, Flash will be deprecated entirely, with exceptions for sites which only support Flash. All Flash functions will be replaced by HTML 5. It is now clear that the future definitely belongs to HTML 5. The days of Adobe Flash are certainly numbered.
It looks like there is still life left in Firefox. Firefox has slightly pulled ahead of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Edge browsers for the first time across the globe.
Certificates using SHA1 algorithm being retired Browsers will report errors in sites using SHA1
Lucas Adamski, Mozilla Corporation’s director of Security Engineering will be in town for HITBSecConf this week and talks to Digital News Asia about putting users first when it comes to online identity managment.
Meet Chris Evans. No, not the actor who played Captain America in the hit movie Marvel's The Avengers, but Evans the super "cyber security" soldier who is responsible for Google's Chrome browser security. In an e-mail interview with Digital News Asia, he tells us about his job, his vision for the future of browsers and what drives him personally.