UPDATE: Firefox

Firefox has been released.

August 3rd, 2006 at 4:00am — Comments: (0) — By: Jonathan Danylko — Tags: Firefox

A new version of Firefox has been released. This version of Firefox is a security/stability release and I believe it may be the last 1.x.x.x version before 2.0 is released, provided no other security issues pop up.

Some of the issues addressed in this release include:

  • Chroma Scheme loading remote content has been fixed.
  • Crashes with evidence of memory corruption
  • JavaScript engine vulnerabilities
  • Native DOM methods can be hijacked across domains
  • JavaScript navigator Object vulnerability
  • Code execution through deleted frame reference

The remaining security issues can be viewed at the Firefox website under Release Notes.

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UPDATE: Well, count on me for jinxing the release. :-) Version was just released because of a Windows Media streaming issue. Make sure you update your Firefox today.

There's another post on the release over at MozillaZine.

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