It's not all bad, but you can't call it good.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation's add-on forces websites to use HTTPS encryption whenever possible.
For all the solid technology shown at CES, there's an equal amount of "throw it out and see what sticks" gadgets and gizmos. Here are some products that didn't work or didn't materialize.
Previously set to launch with Firefox 27 in January, the touch-optimized browser will now arrive six weeks later with the Firefox 28 update.
The browser's latest update features reduced memory consumption designed to boost browser performance.
Firefox is ditching its Windows 7-esque design in favor of a more Chrome-like experience.
Whether online or offline, browsers have some amazing tricks up their sleeves.
Among the usual tweaks to fend off hackers and malware, the newest version also brings much-needed gaming support.
Google has paid extra attention to Android's performance, which may be good news for consumers and developers, but a problem for competitors.
A data-rich view of all the (sometimes invisible) third-party sites that are watching your digital footprint.