Firefox releases critical update, 3.5.4

Mozilla has released a critical update for its popular Web browser, Firefox, fixing security holes that could lead to Web sites installing malicious code on your system.

Mozilla has released a critical update for its popular Web browser, Firefox, fixing security holes that could lead to Web sites installing malicious code on your system. In total, the update fixes sixteen vulnerabilities, eleven of which are rated at the critical level.

All users of Firefox are encouraged to immediately update the browser using the auto-updater, the "Check for Updates..." section of Firefox's help menu (below), or via Firefox's Web site. The 3.5.4 update also gives users the ability to resubmit crash reports and fixes a bug where some SSL sites would not load all images and styles without pressing reload (after using Clear Recent History).


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