Mozilla’s Firefox 3.6.7 is a minor maintenance update that addresses a handful of security vulnerabilities and a long list of stability bugs. The 126 stability issues addressed in this update are minor and/or exceedingly technical, though if you’d like to peruse the list, it’s available on Mozilla’s Web site. The critical security vulnerabilities addressed could result in the standard threats of arbitrary code execution and attacker-controlled memory. More specific security notes are available. Finally, the just-released 3.6.8 “fixes a single stability issue affecting some pages containing plugins.” (Free, 17.6 MB)
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