Firefox 3.6.14 Released

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  1. Thankful

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    Thanks.:)
     
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    Got it! 10Q
     
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    Cool deal. Thanks for the heads up!
     
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    Yeah, thanks. :thumb:
     
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    Firefox 3.6.14

    Updated.;)
     
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    Thanks for update :thumb:
     
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    Unless I've missed something, plans don't include Sandboxie? I'm more interested in seeing what happens with Chrome. Back to the topic, I wish Mozilla would just move on and release version 4, instead of more 3.6.on and on.
     
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    Howdy DW, I love it. "off topic" ? Not at all, this entire thread is about browsers polishing their armour in readiness for the Annual Hackers Tea Party.

    Plans don't include Sandboxie? So the Hackers exclude Sandboxie `cos they `aint got the marbles eh ? A kind of kids playschool for amateur pranksters. I guess Tzuk has sent them a "Good Luck" card.
     
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    Amateur pranksters? You do understand that Pwn 2 Own isn't just some convention where people go "ooh, ahh" and have PBJ sandwiches together, right? There's a reason both Chrome and Firefox made damned sure they were patched up a few days ahead of the contest, it's serious business. You won't find script kiddies there, security researchers and professional white-hats go at these browsers hard. The reason Sandboxie isn't tested there is because, for the most part, it's a test of the browsers themselves (including various OSes'/platforms). They're trying to see just how secure browsers are with their default armor on. It has nothing to do with "having the marbles".
     
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    Firefox was patched for and before a contest ?o_O I don't believe and IF this is true, it will be very disappointing for the FF users.:thumbd:

    Security should be a daily regiment, not a annual party-blooper ! :cool:
     
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    Let's not mix up a journalist's take with "reality", whatever that maybe.

    Unfortunately, there's quite a lot of fanboyism going around. Let's focus on usage.
     
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    I just read the reported article and the journalist is no greenhorn here as he covers the security article issues for ComputerWorld.:ninja:
     
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