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Firefox 16 Pulled To Address Security Vulnerability 165

Posted by timothy
from the cautious-cautious dept.
Shortly after the release of the newest major version of Firefox, an anonymous reader writes with word that "Mozilla has removed Firefox 16 from its installer page due to security vulnerabilities that, if exploited, could allow 'a malicious site to potentially determine which websites users have visited' ... one temporary work-around, until a fix is released, is to downgrade to 15.0.1"
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Firefox 16 Pulled To Address Security Vulnerability

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