An posting from TechNews on FireFox Patches :
Firefox was not exactly full of vulnerabilities previously, but now users of Mozilla’s customizable Web browser can rest even easier. In its 20th version, Firefox patches 11 potentially catastrophic security flaws while introducing a few privacy and convenience features for the average user.
While Mozilla still pinpoints more than 3,000 bugs for the browser, few of them threaten the average user anymore. Some of the flaws patched — like modified image files from the Cairo graphics library, or Mesa graphics drivers causing WebGL to crash on Linux systems — were quite dangerous, but fairly obscure
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