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Firefox plugs holes

Mozilla has patched half a dozen critical security flaws in older versions of its Firefox browser.

This article appears in the September 06 issue of PC Advisor, which is available now in all good newsagents.

Mozilla has patched half a dozen critical security flaws in its Firefox browser. Versions 1.5.0.2 and newer or 1.0.8 and newer will protect you. Download the latest version of Firefox at www.getfirefox.com (or on the September 06 issue cover disc). For more information on the bugs, go to mozilla.org/projects/security/known-vulnerabilities.html#Firefox.

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