cNet’s News.com reports on the release of Mozilla Firefox v1.0.5, which includes patches for numerous security flaws uncovered in the popular, open-source Firefox web browser. The Mozilla Foundation, which distributes Firefox, said two of the 12 detected bugs were rated “critical.” Some of the holes were found by Mozilla users who each received $500 and a Mozilla T-shirt from the foundation for their work in locating the problems.
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