Firefox backers aim to 'destroy' IE with campaignA group of self-titled "political activists" in Massachusetts has started an aggressive campaign to get browser users to switch from Microsoft's Internet Explorer to Mozilla's Firefox. Click here for more.Aussie security firm find holes in Cisco wirelessCisco has released patches for eight of its products after the Melbourne-based Internet security company Assurance's Assurance.com.au discovered vulnerabilities in some of the vendor's wireless products. Click here for more.Enterasys names new CEOEnterasys announced that Michael Fabiaschi will become the company's new CEO, immediately replacing Mark Asslet, who is leaving the company "to pursue other interests." Click here for more.Microsoft adds to management tool lineupMicrosoft on Tuesday introduced two new pieces to its System Center management tool family, including service desk software, and said it was renaming the flagship products of the lineup. Click here for more.Private-sector standoutsThree privately held network vendors stand out in an industry dominated by giant public companies. As part of this week's NW200 issue, we take a closer look. Find out which companies make the list.Internet2\u2019s network to get a faceliftInternet2\u2019s network is growing up. That was one of the key topics discussed Tuesday at the group\u2019s Spring Member Meeting in Arlington, Va. Click here for more.Today on Layer 8, now 95% fat-free:Pimp my (i)Pod; judge rules you can't be fired for surfing the Web; Amazon, eBay change tactics; and how long can you stare at a little screen?; all this today and more at your home for not-just-networking news.For news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.