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ZDNet is reporting that a number of critical security holes have been plugged with the latest version of Firefox and users should upgrade immediately.  Many Firefox users prefer to hold off on upgrades as some plug-ins have a tendency to break with new versions but the […]

ZDNet is reporting that a number of critical security holes have been plugged with the latest version of Firefox and users should upgrade immediately.  Many Firefox users prefer to hold off on upgrades as some plug-ins have a tendency to break with new versions but the warning issued by the Computer Readiness Team (CERT) and reported by ZDNet is a stern one and should not be ignored.  There are a total of 21 security flaws in older versions of Firefox and CERT advises not only Firefox users should upgrade to the latest version but users of Thunderbird and Seamonkey should too.  You have been warned.

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