A Chinese digital marketing company named Rafotech is behind a wave of inter-connected adware families that found their way onto the computers of millions of users.
Starting with the release of Firefox 55, the Adobe Flash plugin for Firefox will be set to "Ask to Activate" by default for all users.
Argentinian security researcher Manuel Caballero has discovered another vulnerability in Microsoft's Edge browser that can be exploited to bypass a security protection feature and steal data such as passwords from other sites, or cookie files that contain sensitive information.
A one-liner in the Windows Store policy is the reason why we'll never have the "original" Chrome, Firefox, Opera, or other browsers available through the official Windows Store.
Google will release Chrome 58.0.3029.96 in the coming days and weeks, and as part of this update, the company plans to move some of its 32-bit users to Chrome's 64-bit version.
Dr. Neal Krawetz, a computer forensics expert, revealed on Monday several problems with the amount of details the Tor Browser discloses about users, which may allow a determined actor to identify users employing the Tor Browser to surf the Internet.
Sensors used to detect the level of ambient light can be used to steal browser data, according to privacy expert Lukasz Olejnik.
With the launch of the Windows 10 Creators Update and Edge 40 (EdgeHTML 15), Microsoft has released a new battery usage test that, naturally, trashes the company's competition.
Mozilla engineers are working on a new section in the browser's preferences that will let users control the browser's performance.
In an era of the Internet when most browser vendors are taking steps to migrate away from Flash and all security experts recommend you blast that piece of insecure junk off your computer, the nice people at FedEx are giving you a $5 promo code to (re)install or reactivate it in your browser.
Once more, Vivaldi broke the classic browser model with the release of Vivaldi 1.8, its latest version, which now features a one-of-a-kind History panel, unlike anything you've seen in other browsers.
iOS 10.3, released yesterday, has thwarted a screen-locking ransomware campaign that used a bug in mobile Safari to lock users' browsers and demand a ransom paid in iTunes pre-paid gift cards.
Opera Software released today version 44 of the Opera web browser. This release's main feature is support for Apple's new Touch Bar display, which the company added for recent MacBook models.
Chrome engineers are planning to remove two options from Chrome that allow users to quickly close a large number of tabs with just a few clicks.
Mozilla engineers are testing three new features called Containers, SnoozeTabs, and Pulse, which, if users react positively, might find their way inside Firefox, in upcoming versions.
Vivaldi Software released today version 1.7 of the Vivaldi browser, which now includes a built-in screen capturing utility that allows users to take snapshots of the entire page or just small sections.