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“Individuals’ security and privacy on the Internet are 
fundamental and must not be treated as optional.”
  - Mozilla Manifesto Principle 4

The Mozilla Security community provides leadership in security by building security features, testing software and systems, and leading industry standards to ensure that individuals retain the ability to make meaningful choices about security and privacy on the Internet.

This page documents the security-related activities where Mozilla active, and how to join us.

Security-related bugs

Engaging with Security

How To Find Us

Lots of options, we're here to help:

  • - email us any questions, concerns, etc. Please submit bugs through [1], not email.
  • #security on IRC
  • File a security/privacy review request via this link
  • Attend a Security Talk given by one of the security team

Security reviews for new features/products/applications

Main Article: Security/Reviews

The Mozilla Secure Development Lifecycle

Security Bug Processes

Request a Security or Privacy Review

Security Feature Development

We build secure operation and user sovereignty into the web platform and leverage the open web to bring these attributes to more environments. Check out the SecurityEngineering page for more info!

Mozilla Official Sites

Personal Security Related Blogs of Mozillians

Twitter Accounts of Security Mozillians

Former members, still Mozillians

OWASP Projects and chapters

The Mozilla Security team is heavily involved with OWASP:

Non-Mozilla Resources (blogs, news sites, twitter, tools)