Firefox improves security

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The Mozilla Foundation has released Firefox v1.5.0.4, a maintenance update to their free, standards-based Web browser for multiple platforms, including Mac OS X.

The new release improves stability, according to the developers, and also sports several security fixes. Issues related to privilege escalation, file stealing, buffer overflow, potential memory corruption and other problems have been corrected in this release — the release notes have been posted online.

Firefox requires Mac OS X v10.2 or later.

This story, "Firefox improves security" was originally published by PCWorld.

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