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Mozilla Firefox 19.0.2 Security-driven Release

by Carol~ Forum moderator / March 8, 2013 1:56 AM PST

First offered to release channel users on March 07, 2013

What's New:

• FIXED 19.0.2: Security-driven release, see details in the associated security advisory
• FIXED Use-after-free in HTML Editor - MFSA 2013-29


Existing users can access the update by going to.. Help > About Firefox > Check for Updates

Download: http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/

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FYI: This release came about as a result of Pwn2Own 2013.

At Pwn2Own, Browser Exploits Getting Harder, More Expensive to Find
Chrome, Firefox and IE Fall at Pwn2Own 2013

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