Firefox update fixes pwn2own vuln
Mozilla responded to reports of vulnerabilities by pushing out a new version of Firefox on Friday.
In addition to the "pwn2own" vulnerability used to hack into systems running Firefox at the recent CanSecWest conference, version 3.08 of Firefox also addresses a separate critical flaw involving XSL Transforms.
Mozilla originally promised a browser update by Wednesday (1 April) but, in a pleasing departure for standard software development cycles, ended up pushing out the revamp several days ahead of schedule.
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