New version to scrap authentication security holes

New version of Firfox

New version of Firfox

Yesterday Mozilla had released two new versions of Firefox browsers. These versions are named as Firefox 3.5.2 and Firefox 3.0.13. These two versions are designed especially to patch two dangerous security holes.

Mozilla Organization members are strongly recommended that all Firefox users should upgrade to this latest release. When a blog posting about the security issue Mozilla said like this.

The first weakness could let an assailant run arbitrary code on a personal computer by sending specially crafted authentication information. This authentication information is called certificate.

The second vulnerability, released last week, involves a fault in certificate authentication technology that could potentially let an assailant increase access to encrypted information otherwise a false issue update to Firefox.

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