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Critical Firefox Bug Confirmed by Mozilla

The bug affects Firefox 3.6.

 By Kara Reeder | Posted Mar 22, 2010
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Mozilla has confirmed a critical vulnerability in the latest version of Firefox that could result in remote code execution, reports Computerworld.

The bug, which was disclosed by Russian researcher Evgeny Legerov, affects Firefox 3.6 and will be patched in version 3.6.2, currently slated to ship on March 30. Until the patch is released, Mozilla says users can upgrade Firefox to the beta of version 3.6.2.

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