Firefox plugs security hole

Thursday, 24 March 2005, 12:18 PM EST

Firefox maker Mozilla has released a downloadable update of its web browser to fix a security bug.

The bug was identified by security research company Internet Security Systems (ISS) but Mozilla claims it has acted proactively to close the security hole before any exploits occur.

By Marc Ambasna-Jones at Web User.

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