Mozilla Firefox critical bugs

@jbreyes (139)
Philippines
December 19, 2008 5:30pm CST
Microsoft has manage to release an emergency patch that fixes a critical hole in its flagship Internet Explorer browser. Microsoft is Not the Only web browser needed patching because of critical issues. Mozilla also has 13 bugs in the firefox browser. with a large number and almost half of them listed as critical that makes browser susceptible to remote code injection, or malicious to crash the browser.
2 responses
@brian_s (570)
• United States
19 Dec 08
Mozilla should also do something to stop the bloat. That is one of the few reasons I stopped using Netscape in favor of Firefox. Now I am starting to look for a less bloated browser anyway. The amount of critical bugs are unfortunate.
@jbreyes (139)
• Philippines
20 Dec 08
Its just now i have read about that article and it catches my attention. try Safari, so far i have 4 browser install in my Vista and i find Safari web browser much more reliable and stable compare to other browser. its really a must to be cautious about that issue because surfing alone can really cause harm that some internet user didn't actually know how their system crash. Nowadays codes are so intelligent that even updated anti virus can't detect and its a great threat to all of us specially to those using their system for Online banking transaction.
@brian_s (570)
• United States
20 Dec 08
I hadn't thought of using Safari. I didn't know that you could in Windows. I will look into it. I have considered switching to Opera though.
@jbreyes (139)
• Philippines
23 Dec 08
Haven't use Opera but i already tested Safari in my HP Laptop Windows Vista Ultimate and for myself evaluation i find it easy to use and fast web experience and the quick access to Links and bookmarks. So far regarding about apple products are more stable so try to test run a Safari Web Browser to see for yourself evaluation and its guarantee to work perfectly. It maybe simple to look at its appearance but it never fails the user for a total web experience endless possibility in-terms of performance and security.
@stealthy (8188)
• United States
20 Dec 08
I uninstalled FireFox because of all the problems it was causing even when I wasn't using it. When I was doing a restore recently, it even tried to hijack that. It throws its icon on everything even remotely related to a web page. IE may have problems and security holes but at least it doesn't try to take over functions that are not related to a browser.
@jbreyes (139)
• Philippines
20 Dec 08
As of now i still don't know about what exactly bugs that were found in Mozilla Firefox. but almost half of them are critical. Caution to those people using Mozilla Firefox as a way for Online Banking Transaction. specially its codes were inserted without user interactions or confirmation.