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Firefox - Hit Again!


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Major Payne

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Tuesday 10 May 05

Looks like they have a problem again. Read artical here :

Critical flaws found in Firefox

The Mozilla Foundation has said it is "working aggressively" to fix two flaws in its open source Firefox browser.

The vulnerabilities, reported on Saturday, were identified as "very critical", but no cases had been reported of them being exploited.

Several security firms identified the flaws which could let websites run malicious code on a person's computer.

Mozilla has responded by changing its update service and says people should temporarily turn off JavaScript code.


FF is still the best.

Ron
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Netscape, Mozilla Suite, K-Meleon, and Doczilla are also effected.
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Believe they all basically use the same engine. That would do it. News about this seems to be spreading. Several people already sent this information to CIGHTML group.

I haven't disabled javascript yet and not sure I'm going to bother.

Ron
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I've just been useing Opera for time being. :tazz:
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