Firefox update comes with a mea culpa

Tuesday, 31 July 2007, 6:21 PM EST

Mozilla is pushing out an update to its Firefox Web browser (version 2.0.0.6) that plugs a pair of security holes in the software. Firefox users should receive notice of the pending update the next time they launch the browser.

More than a week ago, Security Fix covered a spat between Microsoft and Mozilla over which company was responsible for vulnerabilities that forced the latter to issue a previous update.

At the Washington Post.

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