Mozilla patches holes in Firefox 3.5, 3.0

Firefox 3.5.3 and 3.0.14 fix three critical vulnerabilities that could make a computer insecure.

Mozilla on Wednesday released two new versions of its browser, Firefox 3.5.3 and 3.0.14, that patch three critical security holes and fix assorted other bugs.

The updates can be fetched through the Help menu's Check for Updates option, or can be downloaded directly.

Although Mozilla still supports the 3.0 version, it's pushing people to the 3.5 version, and support for the 3.0 series will end in a few months. Version 3.5, released in June, supports a variety of new Web page technologies and includes a faster JavaScript engine for running Web-based programs.

Interested folks can read the release notes.

 

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