Firefox users need to update (again)
The Mozilla Foundation has released an updated version of Firefox following the discovery of multiple security vulnerabilities involving the popular browser software.
The flaws create a means for hackers to conduct cross-site scripting or to otherwise seize control of vulnerable systems.
Firefox fans are urged to upgrade to version 220.127.116.11 of the browser software in order to guard against security attacks.
A related set of vulnerabilities - along with a security bug involving the processing of vCard attachments - mean Thunderbird email client and Mozilla SeaMonkey application suite users also need to upgrade to version 18.104.22.168 and version 1.0.3 of these software packages, respectively, as explained here and here. ®
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