Mozilla has released new versions of both Firefox 3 and Firefox 2 that fix a slew of security vulnerabilities, including at least one critical remote code-execution flaw. Firefox 3.0.2 fixes a weakness in the latest version of the browser that enables an attacker to run code of his choice on a vulnerable machine and even install rogue software. There are also several less severe vulnerabilities addressed in version 3.0.2.
Mozilla also released an updated version of Firefox 2, the older version of the browser that many people still use. Firefox 220.127.116.11 includes fixes for several serious code-execution vulnerabilities, as well as some less-serious flaws.