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Mozilla Firefox – 3.6.10

Firefox 3.6.10 fixes the following issues found in previous versions of Firefox 3.6:

  • Fixed a single stability issue affecting a limited number of users

Please see the complete list of changes in this version. You may also be interested in the Firefox 3.6.9 release notes for a list of changes in the previous version.

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Mozilla Firefox – 3.6.9

Firefox 3.6.9 fixes the following issues found in previous versions of Firefox 3.6:

  • Introduced support for the X-FRAME-OPTIONS HTTP response header. Site owners can use this to mitigate clickjacking attacks by ensuring that their content is not embedded into other sites.
  • Fixed several security issues.
  • Fixed several stability issues.

Please see the complete list of changes in this version. You may also be interested in the Firefox 3.6.8 release notes for a list of changes in the previous version.

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Firefox 3.6.6 modifies the crash protection feature to increase the amount of time that plugins are allowed to be non-responsive before being terminated.

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Firefox 3.6.4 provides uninterrupted browsing for Windows and Linux users when there is a crash in the Adobe Flash, Apple Quicktime or Microsoft Silverlight plugins.

If a plugin crashes or freezes, it will not affect the rest of Firefox. You will be able to reload the page to restart the plugin and try again.

Firefox 3.6.4 also fixes the following issues found in previous versions of Firefox 3.6:

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Firefox 3.6.3 fixes a critical security issue that could potentially allow remote code execution (see bug 555109).

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Firefox 3.6.2 fixes the following issues found in previous versions of Firefox 3.6:

Please see the complete list of changes in this version. You may also be interested in the Firefox 3.6 release notes for a list of changes in the previous version.

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If you are a Firefox 3.6 user, you must have noticed that new tabs are now opening right next to the current tab. All previous Firefox versions were opening new tabs as the rightmost tab (on the far right of the tab bar). As far as I remember Google Chrome browser introduced this nifty idea first (although it’s not implemented exactly like that), and Firefox just followed.

I personally like it, although I have to get used to it, sometimes I am still looking on the far right to find the new tab.

For those of you who would like to retain the old style behavior, have a look at the following instructions:

1. Type on your browser’s address bar:  “about:config
2. Press the “I’ll be careful …” button.
3. Scroll down to the “browser.tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent
4. Double-click on it to set its value to “false
5. Enjoy, there is no need to restart Firefox

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