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Post by trog @ 10:13am 05/02/09 | 1 Comments
A new version of Firefox landed last night, bringing it up to v3.0.6 and adding a few new features and fixing some holes:
# Fixed several security issues.
# Fixed several stability issues.
# In previous versions of Firefox, some users experienced a problem where parts of the screen were not properly displaying after Firefox was open for long periods of time.
# Improved the ability for scripted commands (including those included in popular extensions like Adblock Plus) to work properly with plugins. (bug 438830)
# Removed the client user ID from crash reports.
# Fixed issues with the display of some Indic scripts.
Download it locally for Windows fresh from AusGamers!


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Posted 01:25pm 05/2/09
Too bad they left one bug included :(

Firefox 3.0.6 is still open to a clickjacking bug.

The basic idea of clickjacking is where you hover your mouse over a link and you see it on the status bar at the bottom, but with some clever javascript when you click on it, you get sent to a different website. Milworm have a POC exploit on their site for 3.0.5.
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