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Short Take: Netscape changes version name

Netscape Communications posted today a new version of its Navigator browser on its FTP site. Version 3.03, which was supposed to be ready a week ago, fixes a JavaScript-related security hole. The company originally wanted to call the fix "3.02a," as reported by CNET's NEWS.COM, but it decided to stick with a more conventional naming scheme, a spokeswoman said.

Netscape Communications posted today a new version of its Navigator browser on its FTP site. Version 3.03, which was supposed to be ready a week ago, fixes a JavaScript-related security hole. The company originally wanted to call the fix "3.02a," as reported by CNET's NEWS.COM, but it decided to stick with a more conventional naming scheme, a spokeswoman said.