By CBS News’ Julie Roginsky.CBS News/CBS Interactive/APIH/Getty ImagesIt is a momentous day in Washington.
President Barack Obama is set to deliver his State of the Union address, which will likely address the issue of government shutdowns.
The issue has become a touchy one in Washington, where Republicans are accusing Democrats of delaying the resolution to prevent an attack on the nation’s credit.
The Obama administration has tried to quell any speculation.
The White House says there is no delay in its delivery of the new code.
But some conservatives say the administration is doing a good job, despite a shutdown.
Here’s what you need to know about the new “firefox” captcha code.
What is a captcha?
A captcha is a text or image, often an image, that people can type into a computer to enter a captcha code to display in a web browser.
The code is then stored in a database.
It is used by web browsers to ensure that it is correctly entered and that it doesn’t appear as if it is being altered.
The United States has had a federal government shutdown in effect since mid-February.
The White House said the shutdown was due to an attack by North Korea on nuclear facilities.
A new code for a new Firefox browser is up for grabsThis is the latest iteration of the Firefox “firewall” browser that has been in development since 2007, and it was first announced by Google in 2013.
It uses a proprietary algorithm to generate the codes.
If a browser user opens the new Chrome browser and tries to enter the code, it will send a signal to a third-party, which in turn sends the code to a website to generate a code.
A spokesman for the White House’s National Security Council, Michael Anton, said the administration would not provide the code.
Anton also noted that the new browsers would not be automatically available to consumers.
Antons statement, which also didn’t address the question of when consumers might be able to try out the new browser, said consumers can check out the code on the Web site of the White Houses Office of Management and Budget.
Antonios statement didn’t specifically address whether consumers might try out a new version of the code before it becomes available.
But Anton did note that the administration was taking a “comprehensive approach” to the “challenging situation” in Washington as well as across the country.
“We are taking all necessary steps to ensure our people have access to the new versions of Firefox that are already available,” Anton said.
“The White Houses Department of Justice is working closely with law enforcement and cybersecurity officials to address the potential threat posed by the North Korean cyberattack, as well,” Anton added.
Earlier this month, Google unveiled a new “Firefox” browser, but that version was not available to the public.