Firefox just released version 18.104.22.168 which fixes eight vulnerabilities. Two of them are critical, four moderate and two with low impact. One was causing system crashes resulting in memory corruption. The other is scripting with the XPCNativeWraper allowing the attacker to have the same privilege as the user.
If you are a Mozilla Firefox user, you may noticed an upgrade recently or if you haven’t yet, you will be getting a notice fairly soon. Firefox just recently upgraded their browser to version 22.214.171.124 to correct several security bugs. Here’s the release notes for the latest version. One thing I really appreciate about the Firefox browser is the speed and delivery of the updates which is unparalleled anywhere in the software world. Kudos to the Mozilla Firefox team for the job well done.