Firefox releases updates to fix security issues
The new versions, Firefox 3.6.9 and Firefox 3.5.12, are designed to fix 10 security vulnerabilities and fix exposure to a risk called clickjacking.
According to CNET, the vulnerabilities would have allowed a remote hacker to run certain lines of code, which would enable them access to private information.
The new updates also allow web developers to block browsers from putting websites inside a frame, which some malicious sites can use a method for gaining information – known as clickjacking.
The updates come as the software developer continues to work on Firefox 4.