Built-in reader escapes into wild from beta incubator
Mozilla's Firefox web browser now includes a built-in PDF viewer - allowing users to bin plugins from Adobe and other developers.
No plugin required to peek at this portable-document-format file
"Not only do most PDFs load and render quickly, they run securely and have an interface that feels at home in the browser," Mozilla's bods added, apparently comfortable that their new PDF.js tool has fewer security issues than Adobe's well-established plugin. ®
Re: I've been trying it.
I see you are unaware of the dozens of memory corruption exploits firefox has been victim to.
I see you need to read his comment again. What part of "Mozilla's approach to security" means "Mozilla has never had a security bug"?
Go away, troll.
I've been trying it.
Seems to work.
Can be a bit slow.
Thumbs up for avoiding Adobe.
Am I the only person...