Mozilla has pushed out a new version of Firefox that fixes a number of security bugs, including a high-profile bug involving launching Firefox from Internet Explorer. Firefox version 188.8.131.52 also fixes a number of memory corruption and privilege escalation flaws, as explained in Mozilla's release notes here. The release - …
"An even more severe client-side risk comes from a pair of unpatched flaws in the Trillian multi-protocol IM client."
Waitwaitwait, is this *new* news? Trillian's always had tons of bugs, this is nothing new.
Got the notification to patch on the other machine, going to do it here now and see how it works out.
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