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Firefox 3.0.3 Fixes Password Issue

Firefox 3.0.3 Fixes Password Issue

by , 2:35 PM EDT, September 29th, 2008

On the heels if Firefox 3.0.2 last week, Firefox 3.0.3 was released on Friday and fixes an issue that kept users from retrieving or saving new passwords.

The release notes for 3.0.2 detailed the security and stability fixes along with some Mac-specific issues. However, shortly after the release, it was discovered that users were having a password save and retrieval problem, and 3.0.3 was quickly released.

Firefox 3.0.3 for Mac requires OS X Tiger or later and will work with PowerPC G3, G4, G5 and Intel processors. It is free and can be downloaded in a version native to over 40 languages. Users can also trigger an update from within the current 3.x version in the Help menu.

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