Mozilla has announced another bold step towards ensuring better security for users. This time, they will be fending off code injection attacks by making changes to the Firefox browser.
In a recent post, Mozilla has revealed some major changes to the Firefox browser. These changes will help Mozilla make Firefox secure against code injection attacks.
Specifically, the changes include removal of ‘potentially dangerous artifacts’ such as ‘inline scripts’ and ‘eval()-like functions’. By doing so, they strive to ‘reduce the attack surface’ and harden the code.
Removing Inline Scripts
As stated in the blog post,