Mozilla knows that they have an unpatched flaw in their browser, and has promised to address the issue before the month is over. This flaw was recently discovered by security researcher Evgeny Legerov, where one is able to create a means to inject hostile code on vulnerable systems. Expect the fix to come in version 3.6 of Firefox this coming March 30th. If you can’t wait and have the technical proficiency to do so, then you can always go ahead with the beta version of the 3.6.2 release that already plugs this flaw.
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