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Mozilla Mulls Second Release Candidate for Firefox 3.0

May 27, 2008, 12:30 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by John Leyden)

"Mozilla is considering whether on not to publish a further test version of Firefox 3 following the discovery of ten noteworthy bugs in Firefox 3.0 RC1.

"A decision on whether to create a second release candidate or to fix the flaws only after Firefox 3.0 ships is expected on Tuesday. Four of the ten bugs are marked as critical. Eight of the bugs are cross-platform flaws, while two are specific to Linux installations of the popular open source browser. Indications are that even the critical bugs only pose browser-crashing risks and don't seem potentially inclined to lend themselves to more serious hacking attacks..."

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