Mozilla has released updates for both its Firefox and Thunderbird software, and if you happen to rock with either on your computer, we would highly recommend you download and install said updates soonest possible since they address a number of security and stability issues. With the new update, Firefox will hit version 3.6.7, seeing up to 14 vulnerabilities patched with more than seven of those being labeled “critical”. As for Mozilla’s mail client, Thunderbird, the new update sings pretty much the same song with fixes for the current 3.1 version addressing a security vulnerability and stability issues alongside minor fixes. Mozilla has also dangled a $3,000 carrot for each bug discovered in its applications, which could entice users to do their very best in looking for the latest bugs.
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