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Forum Thread: Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3

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colesterol Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3
Member 2nd Apr, 2010 16:44
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Scanning my PC with PSI Firefox 3.6.3 is deemed as unsafe but the correction
proposed does not work

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Anthony Wells RE: Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3
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@colesterol ,

3.6.3 is the latest up to date version of Firefox ; are you still having the problem of it showing as insecure ?? if so , in which PSI "tab" is it showing ??

Anthony

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wr RE: Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3
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Hi all

@cholesterol- are you still having this same problem or did you post again by mistake?

As a long-time Firefox user I can't imagine the same problem
is persisting, if so you need to visit the Firefox Forum for help solving
your problem updating Firefox from v.3.6.2 to v.3.6.3. Following is a
C&P directly from Firefox website on how to update.

"By default, Firefox is configured to automatically check for updates for itself and notify you when one is available. When prompted, just click OK and the newest version will be downloaded and installed on your computer. You'll need to restart Firefox to begin using the new version."

3 clicks & you're done. Did you not restart your computer? That's all I can think of at this time. If your Profile in Firefox has been corrupted then you need to create a new Profile. That's explained on the Mozilla(Firefox) Forum.

Hope this helps.

Regards, wr




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Anthony Wells RE: Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3
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Hello Secunia ,

Spam alert on the above post from @samritter1 ; promoting a gaming wsbsite . Please close/delete thread , it's a repeat anyway .


Anthony

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