Mozilla have announced an update process for stability and security issues with its browser, according to the Mozilla developer center blog post on Thursday. And thereby have made Firefox 3.6.3 available as a free download for Windows, Mac and Linux. The vulnerability - a memory corruption flaw, that could allow a remote attacker run an arbitrary code on a PC.
The release note has it that the flaw does not affect earlier versions of the browser, however, Mozilla had advised users of older version to upgrade, and recommending that all users should get this latest release.
And users already running Firefox version 3.6 will receive an automated update notification within 24 to 48 hours.
The list of changes to the new version have been made available here. Also, the major fix in the memory corruption reported by security researcher Nils of MWR InfoSecurity at the 2010 Pwn20wn contest last month.
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