Firefox Releases v.3.6.2
Yesterday afternoon, Mozilla released an updated version of the open source browser Firefox, this one numbered 3.6.2.
Issues addressed include, in their words, a critical security issue that could allow remote code execution. The flaw was found in the WOFF decoder that allowed for the new downloadable font format that was introduced in Firefox 3.6, therefor no prior versions of the software are vulnerable.
An attacker could use the flaw to crash the Firefox browser and execute arbitrary code on the users machine.
Additional changes include additional, less critical security issues being addressed as well as an increase in stability. For a full list of changes, you can hit the Mozilla site.
All users are advised to update immediately.