Firefox fixes a few bugs

While the more forward-looking among us might already be knee-deep in the Firefox 3.0 beta, those of us who live in the here-and-now are still supporting good ole Firefox 2.0. Actually, make that good ole Firefox Mozilla released a minor update to the popular browser yesterday that fixes a few vulnerabilities, among them a window.location scripting property flaw that could lead to a cross-site scripting attack and a couple of memory corruption bugs. If you haven’t already updated, head on over to Mozilla’s website for the download.

For more on the update:
– see this Ars Technica article

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