Security Updates For Apple, Firefox
Mozilla has released a new version of its Firefox Web browser to fix at least a dozen serious flaws in the program. Firefox users can download the update manually from Mozilla's site, or click on the arrow in the upper right corner of the browser window and then follow the instructions.
Alternatively, users can go to the Firefox menu bar and select "Tools," then "Options," and then click on the "Advanced" tab. Then scroll down to the "Software Update" section in the right hand windows, and make sure that the boxes are checked next to "Firefox" and "My Extensions and Themes." Then click the "Check Now" tab and apply any updates it says you need.
Apple also released a slew of updates for Mac OS X 10.4.1 users. This is a huge update, detailed in several pages worth of documented changes that I won't begin to list. If you're interested, you can read about them here.
Affected Mac users can update the operating system using Apple's Software Update feature -- located in System Preferences -- or the standalone installer, available from Apple Downloads.
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