Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 23rd Feb 2007 22:23 UTC, submitted by anonymous
Mozilla & Gecko clones Mozilla today released updated versions of the Firefox browser, v1.5.0.10 and v2.0.0.2, for Windows, Mac, and Linux, which close a major security flaw called the 'location.hostname vulnerability'. The fix stops hackers from being able to tamper with how websites are displayed.
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RE: Konqueror and others ?
by Fergy on Sat 24th Feb 2007 06:24 UTC in reply to "Konqueror and others ?"
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Just don't have scripting on by default for websites. Then you are pretty safe with most browsers.

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RE[2]: Konqueror and others ?
by stestagg on Sat 24th Feb 2007 17:19 in reply to "RE: Konqueror and others ?"
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It depends on what you use the internet for, but in most cases, this makes browsing the internet pretty ugly.

Plus, in osnews v4, some features will not be available to non-js brosers (aparrently).

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