Mozilla Fixes Firefox 3.5 JavaScript Security Flaw

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Mozilla released Firefox 3.5.1 on Friday with a fix for what has been described as a critical JavaScript-related security flaw. The flaw could potentially let an attacker use Firefox's built-in JavaScript engine to run arbitrary code on a victim's computer.

The 3.5.1 also addressed stability and performance issues, and fixed several bugs. Firefox 3.5.1 is free and available for download at the Mozilla Web site.

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Anonymous

I just want to point out that Java is a completely separate language from Javascript.

The title of this article is misleading.

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