Firefox up paying Bug Bounty

Mozilla has updated its bug bounty policy to make it more appealing to security researchers. It has also launched a new website for security researchers, and Firefox bug bounty participants. Tom Ritter, in his inaugural post to the new  Attack & Defense blog took the opportunity to review the recent performance of the Firefox bug bounty program, which he notes began in 2004. Between 2017-2019, Mozilla paid out $965,750 to researchers across 348 bugs, making the...

Scalable Vector Graphics SVG : Need to know

Although the canvas element and object was the big news in HTML5, an old friend in the form of SVG has also joined the ranks of the new technologies. SVG has been around for some time but it never managed to gain enough support to become a de facto standard. Most browsers with the exception of IE support SVG before the HTML5 standard. Now IE9 and later support it. So it is fairly safe to...