The feature has been in beta for some time, and Mozilla started ramping up for a full release about six weeks ago.Now, E10s will roll out slowly, first to 1 percent of a group of users "that our testing shows it works well for" before expanding to that entire group, which is about half of Firefox 48 users.Docu Sign's first priority is to make your Docu Signing experience safe and secure.The Internet is a critical component to your business and to conducting business on the Docu Sign Global Network.The above site doesn’t do anything other than provide four links to the (legitimate) websites / download locations of the four browsers listed.In a nutshell, at time of writing the end user has visited a fake browser update website, installed a fake browser update, gone through an install routine and finished off by being presented with…a website telling them to go to places they could have reached without all of the above. You're writing an email, scrolling through a website, or watching a video when your browser slows to a crawl, freezes, or fails entirely.It's a small price to pay for having the Internet at your fingertips, but infuriating nonetheless.
Should the end-user run the executable file (and all three have a different MD5) the install procedure kicks into gear. We’re presented with the standard splash screen, and one would expect to see various offers, programs, maybe the odd toolbar. What does happen, is that you end up with a program in a temp IE directory that launches a browser window after install.
Phishing is attempting to acquire information (and sometimes, indirectly, money) such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication.
Communications purporting to be from popular social web sites, auction sites, online payment processors or IT administrators are commonly used to lure the unsuspecting public.
To check whether your browser has already enabled e10s, type "about:support" into the URL bar.
If the update is active, you'll see "1/1 (Enabled by default)" next to Multiprocess Windows.