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Firefox security update

Mozilla today released a significant security update for Firefox - version  The fix closes a vulnerability exploited by a new piece of malware that poses as an extension to the web browser.

The FireSpy-A Trojan horse, also known as FormSpy, infects computers that have already been hit by the Dloadr-AKL Trojan horse. The FireSpy Trojan horse installs itself into the Registry and can steal passwords, credit card numbers and confidential data.

July 27, 2006 | Permalink


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