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Firefox 3.0.7 patches some security flaws

Posted on Thursday, March 05 2009 @ 16:46:19 CET by


Firefox users can upgrade to version 3.0.7 today, this update patches several security and stability issues.

  • Fixed several security issues.
  • Fixed several stability issues.
  • Official releases for the Estonian, Kannada, and Telugu languages are now available.
  • Items in the "File" menu show as inactive after using the "Print" item from that menu - switching to a new tab restores them (bug 425844). This issue has been fixed.
  • For some users, cookies would appear to go “missing” after a few days (bug 444600).
  • Mac users of the Flashblock add-on, experienced an issue where sound from the Flash plug-in would continue to play for a short time after closing a tab or window (bug 474022).
  • Fixed several issues related to accessibility features.

    The following security bugs were fixed in Firefox 3.0.7:
  • MFSA 2009-11 URL spoofing with invisible control characters
  • MFSA 2009-10 Upgrade PNG library to fix memory safety hazards
  • MFSA 2009-09 XML data theft via RDFXMLDataSource and cross-domain redirect
  • MFSA 2009-08 Mozilla Firefox XUL Linked Clones Double Free Vulnerability
  • MFSA 2009-07 Crashes with evidence of memory corruption (rv:1.9.0.7)




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    Re: Firefox 3.0.7 patches some security flaws
    by Anonymous on Thursday, March 05 2009 @ 17:15:11 CET
    Already upgraded yesterday :)1



     

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