posted on Jun, 2 2006 @ 07:14 PM
Mozilla, the original browser, had a orange/black godzilla type figure as it's icon. Firefox, the newest incarnation, has, you guessed it, a flaming
fox wrapped around the globe.
As APC stated, it is an entirely open source code project. That means you can grab the source code, read through it, change it, study it, print it out
and paper mache with it, whatever your heart desires. If there was any NSA backdoor, somebody would have found it by now. Remember how there was a
furor over the "NSA_KEY" code in WinXP around 2001? It turned out to be a harmless, tragically named line of code. My point is, those two words were
hidden in thousands upon thousands of lines of code, code which was decidedly not open source. Regardless, somebody found it.