New Firefox 1.0.7 release fixes critical security bugs

Thursday, 22 September 2005, 2:55 AM EST

The Mozilla Foundation has released a new version of its Firefox browser that contains fixes for two critical security bugs in the software that were reported over the past week.

The most widely reported flaw concerns the IDN (International Domain Name) feature that Mozilla products use to process Web pages that do not use the Latin alphabet.

By Robert McMillan at InfoWorld.

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