Since Thursday morning, a failure disrupts access to websites with the Mozilla web browser, which says it has solved the problem.
Since Thursday morning, around 9am, Internet users around the world using the Firefox web browser have experienced slowdowns or even been unable to load the web pages they wanted to access. Blame it on a bug that appeared with version 96 of the famous software deployed a few days ago. According to the Bugzilla tool, the problem affects all browsers that received an update on the night of January 12-13. It seems related to HTTP3 protocol support.
“Firefox has experienced outages and we are sorry for that. We think the problem is fixed and a restart of Firefox should restore normal behavior,” the web browser developers wrote on its official Twitter account shortly after 2 p.m., promising to quickly provide more information about the incident. .