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This article was published on March 23, 2010


Mozilla Speeds Up Release of Firefox 3.6.2 Due To Critical Vulnerability That Left German Government Sweating

Mozilla Speeds Up Release of Firefox 3.6.2 Due To Critical Vulnerability That Left German Government Sweating
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Yesterday we brought you news of an official release from the German government advising people not to use Firefox until Mozilla fixed a critical vulnerability.

We were expecting Firefox 3.6.2 to be released at the end of this month but Mozilla seems to have sped up its and announced the final version today.

If you are a Firefox 3.6 user, go to the help menu and click on “Check for Updates” to update to the current version, if you need any help check our earlier post on how to update Firefox.

Users can also update their Firefox to the latest version by visiting the Firefox Download site and downloading the latest version and installing it.

Good work Mozilla.

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