The folks at stopbadware have suggested slight rewordings and updated links for our content at http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/phishing-protection/ For the "What is Malware? What is an Attack Site?" content, the new proposed text is: --- <p>Malware is software designed to infect your computer without your knowledge. Malware is most often used to steal personal information, send junk e-mail (spam), or spread more malware. <p>Attack Sites are Web sites that try to infect your computer with malware when you visit. These attacks can be very difficult to detect; even a site that looks safe may be secretly trying to attack you. Sometimes the Web site's owner won't even know that the site has been turned into an Attack Site. <p>You can learn more about malware and Attack Sites from <a href="http://www.stopbadware.org/firefox">StopBadware</a>, a non-profit organization that works with partners like Mozilla to protect users from malware and other dangerous software. ---
Fine with me. Does anyone else need to review/approve? If not, Steven, can you make the updates?
My assertion is law! Or something. If you and I agree, who dares oppose? (Ship it!)
As Mr. T might say, I pity the fool who would disagree with us. Steven, please update when you can. Let me know if you have questions about overall project prioritization.
Thanks Steven. Just pushed this live - should be on the site soon. > <?=$Mr_T_Reference?> Johnath and I have a new agreement to speak to each other only in Mr. T references from now on.
It's true. It will be our only form of jibber jabber.
Verified FIXED on http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/phishing-protection/.