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    As reported in The Inquirer:

    Uber patches
    By David Neal
    Tue Mar 23 2010, 02:45

    OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE OUTFIT Mozilla has issued a fix for the latest critical security vulnerability to affect its popular Firefox browser.

    The problem, which would allow a remote attacker to take control of an infected system, was seen to be so severe that the German government advised people to stop using Firefox.

    Now Mozilla has fixed the problem, one week ahead of its own schedule, suggesting that it took the German warning very seriously.
    More: www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/1597678/mozilla-fixes-firefox-issue

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    I have FF 3.6 and was automatically notified of the update. It went very smoothly and seems to be functioning properly. I use both FF and IE for various pages.
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