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Firefox 14 with “Secure search”!

Mozilla announced two days ago the release of Firefox 14, the new version of the open source Web browser. This new update, built on the beta version available since June, includes a number of minor new features, improved security, and enhanced support for modern Web standards. There are not immediatly noticeable as those of Firefox 13, but they are still fairly notable nonetheless.

The biggest change in Firefox 14 is the focus on making browsing more secure for users, especially when the computer is connected to a shared WI-Fi network. Then it uses secure Google searches by default (HTTPS) to protect user data. Mac OS X Lion users will also be glad to know that the full screen mode is now fully supported.

Mozilla said it will extend this feature to include other search engines, once these have implemented the same option:

We automatically make your Google searches secure in Firefox to protect your data from potentially prying eyes, like network administrators when you use public or shared Wi-Fi networks,” Mozilla said in a blog post.

Google is currently the only search engine that allows Firefox to make your searches private, but we look forward to supporting additional search engines with this feature in the future,” it added.

A beta of the next version, Firefox 15, is already available for public testing and its full release is scheduled on 28 August this year.

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