Well spotted hok, and we thought Norton was the only company with this problem.
Well we didn't, but plenty did !
And for those pushing Symantec to rush delivery of a new Identity Safe for Firefox, the recent disclosure of vulnerabilities in Trend Micro's Password Manager, that could have allowed an attacker to steal passwords as well as execute remote code without user action, should serve as a reminder that this type of software needs to be well designed and thoroughly tested, no matter how long it takes. If you are contemplating abandoning Norton because of impatience over the Firefox Identity Safe issue, you may want to give this some thought.
Trend Micro flaw could have allowed attacker to steal all passwords
But there are updates of what is said to be happening rather than just nothing here!
"The upcoming Kaspersky 2016MR1 products (now in Release Candidate stage) have already the "Kaspersky Protection" add-on signed for FireFox, probably will be released in January/February 2016."
You don't know what is going to be released in Jan/Feb. for Symantec. Symantec doesn't give out the stages of the update. You never know until it is released as to what stage it is in. Besides, it's not a contest to see who comes out with it first.
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