1Firefox 34 Adds Browser-Based Voice Calling, Blocks POODLE Attacks
By Sean Michael Kerner
2Firefox Hello Enables Browser-Based Voice Calling
The new Firefox Hello feature leverages WebRTC technology to enable users to use Firefox 34 for voice calls.
3All It Takes to Set Up a Voice Call Is a Link
On the receiving end of a Firefox Hello call, the recipient gets a link to click to initiate a conversation.
4Developers Get New WebIDE
For developers, Firefox 34 marks the beta debut of WebIDE, which is intended to be a fully integrated development environment (IDE) for the Web.
5POODLE Vulnerability Is Blocked
Firefox 34 will block the recently disclosed POODLE SSL vulnerability by dropping support for the legacy SSL 3.0 protocol.
6Wikipedia Searches Are Secured
Firefox 34 now uses HTTPS encrypted transport to enable secure searching with Wikipedia.
7Themes Can Be Easily Customized
Users can now easily change the look of their browser with a theme customizer option.
8Enhanced Tiles Provide Mozilla Partner Links
The Enhanced Tiles feature provides Firefox users with Mozilla partner links on the new tab page.