Firefox 3.6.10 stability update fixes a single stability issue affecting a limited number of users, found in earlier version 3.6.9 of Firefox. If you want to get more details about the issue, then you can visit the Bugzilla listing for a list of bugs fixed in Firefox 3.6.10, or you can read more about the actual bug listing of the bug that caused the stability issues.
Firefox 3.6.9 users should receive automatic update notifications in the browser already, (mine is already updated) which is a sign that the bug fix is critical for stability of the Firefox web browser.
Mozilla has finally released Firefox 3.6.4, the latest security and stability release for Firefox. This release provides crash protection for Windows and Linux users by isolating third-party plugins when they crash. The feature is like that in Google Chrome as it runs plugins in their own process to increase browser stability and security.
Out-of-process plugins are enabled by default and make sure that a crashing plugin will not crash the browser itself as well. Firefox can now prevents Adobe Flash, Apple Quicktime and Microsoft Silverlight crashes from bringing down your entire browser on Windows and Linux computers just like Google Chrome does. Read the Crash Protection FAQ for more detailed information about this new feature.
Mozilla is the first web browser vendor to fix a vulnerability exploited at this year’s CanSecWest Pwn2Own contest. Just one week after a U.K.-based hacker known as “Nils” broke into a 64-bit Windows 7 machine with a Firefox vulnerability, the open-source group shipped Firefox 3.6.3 to plug the security hole.
The latest Firefox 3.6.3 update update fixes this critical security vulnerability in Firefox 3.6.2. This is a highly recommended update for all Firefox 3.6.2 users.
Mozilla has released Firefox 3.0.19 and Firefox 3.5.9 updates. Mozilla Developer News have said that Firefox 3.0.19 is the last and final security update for Firefox 3.0.x branch of Firefox. There will be no more updates available after this one. All users of Firefox 3.0.x are therefore encouraged to upgrade to the latest version, Firefox 3.6, by either downloading it from Firefox official site or by selecting “Check for Updates…” from the Help menu. Users of Firefox 3.5.x are also encouraged to update to Firefox 3.6.2
Mozilla has released the Beta version of its upcoming web browser Firefox 3.6. Firefox 3.6 Beta is built on Mozilla’s Gecko 1.9.2 web rendering platform, which has many improvements for web developers, Add-on developers and users. This version is also faster and more responsive than earlier versions.
Firefox 3.6 Beta (revision 1) is the latest development milestone of the next version of the Firefox web browser. As beta software, this release is considered to be stable and safe to use for daily web browsing, though the features and content may change before the final product release. At this time many Add-ons may not yet have been tested by their authors to ensure that they are compatible with this release. If you wish to help test Add-on compatibility, please install the Add-on Compatibility Reporter – your favorite Add-on author will appreciate it!
Mozilla has updated Firefox to 3.5.3 version. Interested users can check the bug list that was fixed in Firefox 3.5.3. You can update to the latest version by using the inbuilt updater by clicking on the Help menu and then selecting Check for Updates option. Firefox will also automatically notify you about the update very soon.
You can also download the latest version from the following direct download links:
Download Mozilla Firefox 3.5.3 (Windows)
Download Mozilla Firefox 3.5.3 (Mac OSX)
Download Mozilla Firefox 3.5.3 (Linux)
The latest version of the Firefox is currently being distributed to all official Mozilla mirror servers around the world. Some of them are already hosting the latest version of Mozilla Firefox 3.5.2 for all supported languages and operating systems while others are only showing the directory structure with no files yet.
Most probably, it is likely going to take at least a few hours more or even more than a day before all servers are distributed with the latest version.