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The Mozilla Board of Directors has announced that co-founder and current Chief Technology Officer Brendan Eich will be appointed to the role of CEO of Mozilla, effective immediately. Li Gong will be named Chief Operating Officer and a number of functions will move under his organization including Cloud Services, IT, Marketplace, Mobile & Research, and Platform Engineering. Mitchell Baker will remain Mozilla Executive Chairwoman and will continue the long and successful partnership with Brendan as co-founders who lead the Mozilla project to fulfill our mission to promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web. Jay Sullivan, our acting CEO during the executive search, has led Mozilla passionately and will leave a lasting impact on the project. Under Jay’s leadership Mozilla has delivered a number of key products, including several versions of the Firefox Web browser and the very successful launches of Firefox OS.

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Security Blog Overview We always want to hear about potential vulnerabilities in our software, and have a long running Bug Bounty program to reward those who find serious security bugs. However we sometimes receive bug notifications for vulnerabilities in our websites that are difficult to reproduce. This is one of the reasons why we developed Zest: a security scripting language. Security Blog