Firefox 3.0.5 Has Dropped

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Firefox logoMozilla released Firefox 3.0.5 and your automatic update should have kicked in by now. This release is mainly focused on security and stability updates for the Firefox 3 release. You can find a list of security fixes at the end of this post.

In addition to the security fixes, the following updates are included in this release:

  • Official releases for the Bengali, Esperanto, Galician, Hindi, and Latvian languages are now available.
  • Replaced the End-User License Agreement with a new "Know Your Rights" info bar on initial install.
  • When installing multiple signed XPIs simultaneously, previous versions of Firefox would fail.
  • Fixed several issues found in the accessibility implementation.
  • Added the ability to send OS-specific system notes in the crash reporter.
  MFSA ID        Impact     Description
  -------------- ---------- --------------------------------------------------------------------
  MFSA 2008-60   Critical   Crashes with evidence of memory corruption (rv:
  MFSA 2008-63   Low        User tracking via XUL persist attribute
  MFSA 2008-64   Moderate   XMLHttpRequest 302 response disclosure
  MFSA 2008-65   High       Cross-domain data theft via script redirect error message
  MFSA 2008-66   Low        Errors parsing URLs with leading whitespace and control characters
  MFSA 2008-67   Low        Escaped null characters ignored by CSS parser
  MFSA 2008-68   Critical   XSS and JavaScript privilege escalation
  MFSA 2008-69   Critical   XSS vulnerabilities in SessionStore

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