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Firefox 3.5.8

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Despite the fact that Firefox 3.6 is available, those who haven't yet upgraded should pay attention to the just-released Firefox 3.5.8, which addresses a handful of critical security vulnerabilities, all of which could lead to memory corruption and the running of arbitrary code. These issues include several JavaScript-related crashing bugs, a vulnerability that existed in the way Firefox's Web Workers handled various data types when processing posted messages, and a problem with how the HTML parser freed used memory. Detailed information regarding the update's security content is available on Mozilla's Web site. (Free, 19 MB)

 

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Comments about Firefox 3.5.8
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Click on link but goes to version 3.6. Does this mean Intel only?
Adam Engst  An apple icon for a TidBITS Staffer 2010-02-23 07:53
Not sure what you're seeing, but both of the above links are to 3.5.8 - the first one to the Older Versions page, and the second one to the release notes.
edward  2010-03-03 06:40
I've been having problems using the new Firefox versions with URL Manager Pro. The Apple events in Firefox need to be fixed apparently; it is very inconvenient.
Herudae  2010-03-11 04:21
since i updated to 3.5.8 i have problem with History, rss, youtube and the addon "Too Many Tabs"