The latest update to Firefox pushed out to users last night via automatic update addresses 69 bugs and enhancements, according to Mozilla. Some of the changes were trivial, such as fixing the Russian translation of the Window menu (bug 467158), but 26 bugs were marked as "critical" or higher.
Six potential security vulnerabilities were patched including one marked as "critical": MFSA 2009-01, which manifested as 12 different bug reports. Security researchers Jesse Ruderman, Georgi Guninski, Martijn Wargers, and Gary Kwong were credited with identifying and reporting the problem.
Mozilla has been updating Firefox 3 approximately once a month since its release in June of last year. Here's a list of all the updates so far:
- v3.0.6, released February 3, 2009
- v3.0.5, released December 16, 2008
- v3.0.4, released November 12, 2008
- v3.0.3, released September 26, 2008
- v3.0.2, released September 23, 2008
- v3.0.1, released July 16, 2008
- v3.0, released June 17, 2008