Your favorite emoji can now have a secret meaning. Mozilla, the company behind the Firefox browser, has created a new game that uses emoji to teach people about encryption. SEE ALSO: Bacon, avocado and selfie emoji are on the way The web-based tool, called Codemoji, allows you to send coded messages to friends using emoji. Show More Summary
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Mozilla, which makes the Firefox browser, has come up with a novel way to send secret messages across the web -- and look adorable while doing it.
If you're not familiar with encryption, this is a good place to start.
There’s a lot of talk about encryption in the IT scene but how many people who aren’t in the industry actually know how the technology works? Mozilla wants to raise the awareness of encryption in the minds of the general public with Codemoji, an online game that teaches players about ciphers with emoji. That’s so fetch! Here’s how you can play the game. More »
Brett from Mozilla writes, "Codemoji, a game and learning tool that lets you encode secret messages in emoji and then send them to friends for deciphering." (more…)
?????????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????? Quick, decode that. Stumped? That’s because it’s encrypted. Well, sorta. The message, if you were curious, reads: “Encryption Matters,” and it’s part of a project by Mozilla — alongside TODO, an Italian creative agency — to teach Web users how to better understand the math that protects each of us online. Show More Summary
Mozilla implemented support for the security protocol TLS 1.3 in Firefox 49 recently. TLS 1.3 is the most recent version of TLS (Transport Layer Security), the successor of SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). TLS is a cryptographic protocol used to improve communications security on the Internet. Show More Summary
It's time for Mozilla to get a new look and, true to its open-source roots, the Firefox developer is turning to the community for feedback on what its redesign should entail. The nonprofit has launched an Open Design process to "modernize [its] brand identity." Via: FastCoDesign Source: Mozilla Open Design
The nonprofit behind Firefox wants the community to help shape the design of its new visual identity. Creative commons or creative chaos? Everyone has heard of Firefox, the world's second most popular web browser. Fewer people have heard...Show More Summary
Google DataSaver Proxy is a Firefox add-on that brings Google's popular data compression technology to the Mozilla browser. Google launched a data compression proxy for Chrome on Android in 2013, and has since then brought the technology as a browser extension to desktop versions of the Google Chrome web browser as well. Show More Summary
A new feature has been added to Firefox 49 by Mozilla which improves the native printing process by utilizing the browser's reader mode. If you want to print web pages in Firefox currently, you either end up with elements on the printout that you don't require, or use extensions or bookmarklets to remove unneeded elements […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary
Mozilla announced a new experimental feature for Firefox 50 Nightly that isolates data into different containers, based on a certain contextual identity, such as, Personal, Work, Banking, and Shopping.
At this point, almost all browsers have similar speed when actually browsing the web, so “speed” actually comes down to the performance and how you use the program. For Mozilla Firefox users, this means the right settings, the right extensions, and tab management. Show More Summary
Adobe’s Flash plugin for rich media content on the Web needs to die a horrible death because it’s riddled with security flaws that can be exploited to attack your computer. Now, Apple’s joining Google and Mozilla in the effort to kill it off. Show More Summary
Mozilla rolled out a new feature in Firefox 50 Nightly today that improves the page search functionality of the web browser. Firefox users can tap on F3 to run searches for words or phrases on the active page. The first search results is highlighted by the browser once you start typing, and controls are provided […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary
The non-profit's new fund will be the starting point for improving the security of open-source software.
After six years in off-and-on development, Mozilla's Electrolysis project is finally coming to users with Firefox 48.