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Firefox 2.0.0.3 Available

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Although not officially announced, Firefox 2.0.0.3 is available on ftp sites. This release fixes several security issues including one described as a memory corruption issue making users vulnerable to phishing and spoofing. This release is also the first to have been tested through a newly executed beta testing program for security and update releases.

Downloads are available here.

I think that every security

I think that every security aware Firefox user should download this asap!
--Free as the world should be

Safe Download With Google Built-In

elkos wrote:
I think that every security aware Firefox user should download this asap!

As do I and if you dont have it yet get it free right HERE!!!

http://www.freepcguru.com/downloads/firefox2006.html
(Link to Googles safe download page)

re: Safe Download

Get it directly from the source here:
http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/

The above is just a slimy attempt to get referral click thrus since his link

http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/iclk?sa=l&num=0&
client=ca-ref-pub-5525527047150114&adurl=http://tools.google.com/fi

forces you to download Firefox WITH Google's Toolbar.

Google is getting so aggressive with their toolbar crap, I'm looking for another default search engine - if I wanted crap-ware installed on everything, I'd buy a DELL.

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