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Firefox re-build/fix for security problems


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Serious flaw in Mozilla browsers...oh, it's fixed

That's funny, because Bill Gates just said the open-source community responds more slowly to security flaws since it lacks a crack staff of trained operatives to leap on any problem that comes up. But here we read that a pretty serious flaw in Mozilla and Firefox was patched and locked down within 12 hours of the flaw being reported. Don't Microsoft patches come, like, once a month or so? Maybe we just don't understand "bizness."

Just posted this for the firefox users.. here is the download stuff.. uses the .exe  http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/nightly/latest-aviary1.0.1/

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Every browser is always going to have a security flaws. Some will always be easier to patch than others. Guess all I can say is I TOLD YOU SO. That one is for all thoes that swore fire fox is so much more secure. Hackers have taken notice of it and by all the adds saying is more secure is just asking for problems. The adds for firefox threw down the gaunlet. The hackes simply responded by saying simply "wanna bet". It will get worse. Wait and see. Oh yea did I forget to say to all thoes that swore firefox is so much more secure, Told ya so.....just my 2 cents. Its so rare im right. This is truly a moment. Peace all.

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