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Forum Thread: Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3

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Mozilla Firefox 3.6.x

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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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nulke RE: Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3
Member 2nd Apr, 2010 19:12
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on 2nd Apr, 2010 16:44, colesterol wrote:
Scanning my PC with PSI Firefox 3.6.3 is deemed as unsafe but the correction
proposed does not work


I too have the same problem. PSI insists that Firefox 3.6.3 is insecure.
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wr RE: Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3
Contributor 2nd Apr, 2010 19:53
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Hi all,

I haven't researched this yet but as a Firefox user I
can't imagine Mozilla releasing an update with known vulnerabilities.
Having said that it may be as simple a thing as our
hard working friends at Secunia just haven't had time
to update their detection rules. If Mozilla rushed this update it may take Secunia some time to update their detection rules.

I have no idea how our hard working friends at Secunia celebrate
the Easter holiday but here in the US many folks get a 3 day weekend-
that's why I say it may be a few days before they catch-up.

There could possibly be a Secunia official lurking & will respond to this.

As I stated earlier I use Firefox, but I haven't updated from v.3.6.2 yet.
The above statement(s) are my opinion & not those of Secunia.

Hope everyone has a enjoyable weekend.

Regards, wr

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HP Pavilion Slimline s3020n
Windows Vista Home Premium SP2 32 bit
AMD 64 Athlon X2
Firefox 24.4.0 ESR
The weakest link of a computer system is always sitting in front of the monitor.
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England1966 RE: Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3
Member 2nd Apr, 2010 21:31
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I did a scan and was told there was a vulnerability in Firefox 3.6.2 so i went to mozilla website and downloaded 3.6.3. Scan again with PSI and got the all clear.
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