Firefox 23 Brings In Updated Logo With New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Mozilla on 6 August 2013 at 04:10 PM EDT. 12 Comments
Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 23.0 today with several new features to the popular open-source cross-platform web-browser.

Firefox 23 features mixed content blocking for preventing man-in-the-middle attacks and HTTPS eavesdropping, a new options panel for the Web Developer Toolbox, JavaScript is now always enabled, there's an updated firefox logo, new social share functionality, and a global browser console, among other changes for both end-users and developers.

More details on the new Mozilla Firefox 23 functionality can be found from the Mozilla.org release notes.
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