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Old 28th October, 2009, 06:27 PM
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Exclamation Firefox 3.5.4 closes security holes

Mozilla released Firefox 3.5.4 on Tuesday to patch six critical security holes and some other problems.

The new browser version also improves stability and fixes a problem with clearing browser history, according to the release notes. Mozilla updated the corresponding version of its earlier browser to fix some of the same security problems by issuing Firefox 3.0.14.

The six vulnerabilities potentially could let remote attackers take over the computer by running their own software on the machine. For details, check the Firefox security site.
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