Mozilla Patches Firefox 26 With 14 Security AdvisoriesDec 10, 2013, 19:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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The plan is to expand the click-to-play effort in future releases of Firefox.
"The latest release of Firefox will continue to enable all plug-ins—except Java—by default while the click-to-play feature goes through additional testing in beta," Chad Weiner, product manager for Firefox, told eWEEK. "In the coming weeks, we will announce details of a plug-in whitelist policy that will provide a path to exempting certain plug-ins and Websites from our click-to-play policy."
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