Mozilla has put out Firefox Release Candidate for version 3.6 of the browser, and as always, it's publicly available via their website. Just a reminder that this is an RC, not a full version upgrade or anything, and it's essentially beta code, so your milage may vary.
The list of bugs that go into 3.6 that are fixed are pretty significant, even several security updates.
Which tells me that the release of 3.6 isn't far behind.
Firefox keeps up upgrading, and while it's by far the favorite browser of my blog readers, I can't help plugging Chrome, even in it's Mac Beta/Dev status, it's a great browser. I am of the opinion that Chrome is much faster than Firefox. Firefox still feels bloated and slow to me.
One of my favorite features is that Firefox will warn you of out of date plugins, while it did this pretty reliably to begin with, I can't help but think this is better. This is pretty important for things, obviously, like Flash.
Go to the first link above, check out the release notes, give it a download. See how it handles, and if you feel like it, report back here and let me know your results. I'll stick to Chrome for now.
Without going off the deep-end here and discussing every single Snort rule keyword, I just wanted to touch on a few modifiers that people so...
Let me start off by saying I'm not bashing the writer of this article, and I'm trying not to be super critical. I don't want to...