Firefox 52.0 update

Firefox 52.0 was released earlier this week with some noticeable changes. This new version increases awareness of insecure sites by showing a warning message where there are username and password fields.

One other big change is the removal of NPAPI-based plugins with the exception being Adobe Flash. So if you need sites that use Java and Silverlight, you will need to use a different browser or stick to an older version of Firefox.

To update, try the following steps:

Windows: Go to the Help menu and select About.

Mac: Go to the Firefox menu and select About Firefox.

To download a fresh copy of Firefox on either Windows or Mac, you can go to the link below and click the green Download Firefox button:

Link –> Mozilla Firefox

SOURCE: Mozilla

Update your iPhone/iPad to iOS 9.3.5 ASAP

Apple released iOS 9.3.5 today for iPhone and iPad that patches a serious security vulnerability. I recommend installing it as soon as possible.

To download and install the patch, perform the following steps:

Go to Settings –> General –> Software Update and follow the prompts.

As with any update, please make sure you have at least 50% battery or plug in your device so you don’t lose power during the update process.

For more information on what triggered this patch, click the link below.

SOURCE: Citizen Lab