Mozilla released updates 3.6.13 and 3.1.7 for Firefox and Thunderbird.
Firefox 3.6.13 update will addresses 11 vulnerabilities, 9 are critical, 1 high and 1 moderate.
Thunderbird 3.1.7 update will fix several bugs which will improve performance, stability and security.
Firefox turns 5 today. Five years ago today, Mozilla released Firefox 1.0.
Firefox now has over 300 Million daily users and has been downloaded over 1 Billion times. If you don’t have Firefox, click here to Download.
Mozilla released 11 vulnerabilities for Firefox and 5 vulnerabilities for Sea Monkey for a total of 16.
Download Firefox 3.5.4, Locate your language and select your OS (operation system). Click Here
Download SeaMonkey 2.0 for Windows. Click Here
Firefox blocked MS add-ons because of vulnerabilities. CVE-2009-2529 allows a Firefox user to be affected if they visit a malicious website.
MS says that Firefox users have 2 options. The 1st option is to download MS patch to protect against the vulnerability. The other option is to have Firefox users, who have .NET Framework 3.5 installed to disable the add-on by following these steps: Tools – Add-ons- Plugins – Windows Presentation Foundation – then click Disable.
Since November 9, 2004, Mozilla’s Firefox internet browser has grown from a caterpillar into a butterfly. Firefox now amasses 32% of the internet browser market, a far cry from 1%, just five years ago. Today, I congratulate Mozilla for their 1 billionth download of Firefox! If you do not have Firefox, I recommend you download it with the link provided below:
Click Here to Download Firefox