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From what I have read, all of that is true. Although, I have recently seen commercials for Netscape internet service...which could either mean the ship is sinking and they are desperate, or they are on the up and up and making money. Netscape and Firefox both run off of the Mozilla Gecko engine. Who runs the show and what they do with the money are the only major differences. See the following link for the low down. (https://engineering.purdue.edu/ECN/R...20040223161732)
Netscape, mozilla and firefox all exist and you can use them in current up to date versions.
firefox is a new core, tho loosely based on mozilla, which was in tern based on netscape - tho the current simulaities are very great between netscpe and mozilla (I can hardly tell them apart) while firefox is different and new...