Firefox 32 includes public key pinning, fixes critical vulnerabilities
Firefox 32 includes public key pinning, fixes critical vulnerabilities

Mozilla's contribution to Data Privacy Day 2017 centers on its privacy browser Firefox Focus is now available for iOS in 27 languages benefitting millions of users worldwide.

The company said this launch is part of its on-going campaign to give users more control over their web experiences. In this case the ability to erase their web history. The initial rollout of Firefox Focus took place in November 2016 and from that the company said it realized there were a huge number of people who wanted to wander through the web anonymously.

This launch now enables many more people to take advantage of this capability.

“After serving up many millions of searches on Firefox Focus, we wanted to give users the choice to use it in their native language,” Mozilla's Nick Nguyen wrote in a blog.

The newcomers include Arabic, Azerbaijani, Czech, Welsh, German, English (United States), Esperanto, Spanish from Chile, Spanish from Spain, French, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kabyle, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Songhay, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese.