Firefox Has Released New Software Update for More Secure Browsing

As everybody knows, Firefox is one of the biggest browsers in the world. It is even one of the oldest browsers in the world with the classic one; Internet Explorer. There are some changes did by the Firefox to face the development of the internet. Update is always done by Firefox almost three or four time in a year. It includes minor update or major update. Usually Firefox will update the appearance to support HTML. Except that update, Firefox do it for security aspect, obviously they upgrade the security system.

Yesterday, Firefox officially released new update for the browser which is Firefox 52. The update is mostly to keep the security data from the users.  They will warn everyone who will put the password into specific websites. Firefox will give the users safety experience when they do surfing. The new update of Firefox also patches 28 security vulnerabilities. It is interesting to know that six of them were tagged as ‘critical’ label.

The browser will show a pop-up when users type their password into an unsecure website as warning message. Those were all about security for users. Moreover, the update is also including minor change on its appearance. There are bars consist of all plug-ins you install in your Firefox. So, you can easily to access it. Another minor update in new Firefox 52 is supporting WebAssembly. Now the question is what is webAssembly?

As said by David Bryant from, WebAssembly in new Firefox is the biggest advance in the Web Platform. It will let some web developers to create CPU-intensive apps like 3D renderers, games, and video editors. It gives maximum speed when you do those works in the computer. It changes the web apps which have been blocked by performance issue. The Firefox 52 download is available in your browser since yesterday.