New Firefox fix patches security bugs

Monday, 18 September 2006, 11:37 AM EST

Mozilla developers have released an updated version of their Firefox browser that fixes a number of security issues, four of them rated critical.

The update was released late Thursday, and Firefox users should receive the 1.5.0.7 patches via the browser's automatic update system over the next few days, according to Mozilla.

At Computerworld.

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