Firefox users are urged to update their web browser software following the discovery of a slew of security vulnerabilities. Version 1.0.5 of the popular web browser addresses nine security bugs while also incorporating stability improvements.
Security notification service Secunia rates the cross-platform update as “highly critical”. The Mozilla Foundation promises to release a related sub-set of patches for its Thunderbird email client. A security update for Mozilla’s internet software suite covering a seperate group of security vulns is also promised for later this week.
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