Mozilla pushes out 'critical' Firefox fixes

Mozilla pushes out 'critical' Firefox fixes

Ten holes patched

The Mozilla Foundation has pushed out a new version of Firefox which fixes 10 security holes, three of which are rated 'critical'.

Firefox fixes faults that allow memory corruption errors in the browser, and that could see a user's browsing history stolen and allow remote code execution.

Other fixes include blocking stored password corruption, preventing file action dialogue tampering and stopping URL token stealing.

In most cases the flaws also affect Mozilla's Thunderbird email client.