[SecurityWeek] Firefox 93 Improves Protection Against Tracking, Insecure Downloads

Mozilla this week released Firefox 93 to the stable channel with several security improvements, including better privacy protections, patches, and anti-tracking capabilities.

Starting with Firefox 93, the browser blocks insecure HTTP downloads on encrypted (HTTPS) pages, to keep users safe from potentially unwanted or even malicious downloads.

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