|Feature||Status||Lead Engineer||QA Lead||Status|
|Search Hijacking||OK||Gavin Sharp||Paul Silaghi|| In progress|
- Web search is a lucrative business and so the search integration points in Web browsers have become a target for add-ons -- from legitimate, to grayware, to malware. The collection of techniques used to circumvent browser search defaults to funnel search revenues to third parties is referred to as "Search hijacking".
- With the increase in search hijacking and it's negative effect on user choice and control, Mozilla is looking into ways to help users defend themselves.
- Design and infrastructure:
Use Cases to Test
- Basic Functional Testing
- Edge Cases
- A list of test cases for this feature can be found here: Test Cases