Mozilla Fixes Two Security Holes with Firefox 1.0.4

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The Mozilla Foundation has issued Firefox 1.0.4, a security update for the increasingly popular Web browser. This upgrade, which is free and recommended for all users, fixes two security problems relating to cross-site scripting and hacker remote access. The security holes came to light last weekend, prompting Mozilla to tell users they should temporarily disable JavaScript until the problems were repaired.

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