"Last week, multiple browser vendors issued updates in response
to the exploit of the DigiNotar SSL certificate authority (CA)
As it turns out, those updates didn't go far enough as the
exploit of DigiNotar is worse than initial reports indicated.
Mozilla has issued Firefox 6.0.2 as their second patch to help
protected their browser users against the risk of fraudulent
DigiNotar SSL certificates.
"The main change is to add explicit distrust to the DigiNotar
root certificate and several intermediates," Mozilla stated in its
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