Mozilla Plugs Firefox Security Holes
Mozilla on Friday published software updates to fix a baker's dozen security and compatibility problems with its Firefox Web browser. The new version includes fixes for serious security flaws along with updates designed to make Firefox play nicer with Vista, Microsoft's new Windows operating system.
Users of supported versions 2.x and 1.5.x already should have received an alert that updates have been installed. If you haven't received one, you may be running an older, unsupported (and insecure) version of Firefox such as version 1.0.x. To check your version, click "Help" and then "About Firefox."
February 26, 2007; 10:31 AM ET
Categories: Latest Warnings , New Patches , Safety Tips
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