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Firefox 3.5.1 update is available to fix the critical vulnerability found in version 3.5

In order to fix the critical vulnerability found in the recently released Firefox 3.5 browser, Mozilla has updated their browser to 3.5.1 version. This highly critical memory corruption vulnerability reported by Secunia lets hackers to drop malware onto the victim’s computer.

Even though the new version not officially available for download, Firefox 3.5 users can update their browser to 3.5.1 by entering Help – Check for update option.

Although there is a temporary fix to solve the issue, it is advised that Firefox user should update their browser to 3.5.1 for safe browsing. And also as per Secunia’s report, although the vulnerably is confirmed in version 3.5, other versions may also be affected.

Check this link for official release of Firefox 3.5.1 or you can download it via Mozilla FTP server or just update as mentioned above.


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