Friday, December 19, 2008

Foxmarks Officially Supports Firefox 3.1 Beta


We're excited about the upcoming release of Firefox 3.1, and so are you: though Firefox 3.1 is currently in beta and isn't scheduled to launch until the end of Q1 2009,  many of you have already written us asking to make Foxmarks compatible with the new version. We are happy to say that we have verified that the current version of Foxmarks (v2.6.0) available on the Mozilla Add-ons website is compatible with Firefox 3.1 beta!

To make it official, we have updated the Mozilla website and wanted to let you know that we will now provide support for Foxmarks on Firefox 3.1 beta.

We also have a new version of Foxmarks that contains a handful of small bug fixes. We're holding off on pushing this to the Mozilla website so that we don't annoy everyone with such a minor update, but if you're interested, here's the link to download it:


Thursday, December 18, 2008

New System Email Preferences

In the spirit of adhering to best of breed email policies, we've added a preference to your Foxmarks account that allows you to opt-out from receiving emails from us. You can also access this setting by
clicking on unsubscribe links that will be displayed in emails from Foxmarks.

We've also made a minor adjustment to our privacy policy to clarify when and for what purpose we can send you emails. This change includes an explicit statement that we will not sell your email address to 3rd parties. View our entire privacy policy, or view just the changes from the last version.

We've never been chatty over email (most people have only seen a single email from us) and we plan to keep our messages to you focused and relevant to having the best Foxmarks experience possible.

Friday, December 12, 2008

PC World Tests Foxmarks Password Security





PC World's privacy expert, Erik Larkin, just published a review of Foxmarks Secure Password Sync on the PC World Privacy Watch blog. His focus is on the security of our implementation and architecture. We're pleased to report that we passed his investigation with flying colors. Here's what he had to say:


"So I did some investigating to make sure that [Foxmarks] had taken the proper precautions. My conclusion: It appears to have done so."


Read the full post on Privacy Watch.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Help us Win an Award!

The Crunchies is an annual competition hosted by premier tech blogs (like TechCrunch, GigaOm and more) to recognize and celebrate the most compelling internet startups. If you're a fan of Foxmarks and want to give us a hand, please help make Foxmarks a finalist for Best App by clicking the button below.