Posted on June 23rd, 2011 at 09:27 23 comments
Mozilla has recently released the final edition of Firefox 5.0.
Read all of Firefox 5.0′s new features here.
Meanwhile, Google has released Chrome 13 into their Beta Channel last week. One of the features of Chrome 13 that has been long requested for three years since Chrome 1.0 came out is Print Preview (yes, Print Preview has finally arrived for Chrome).
Read more about Chrome 13 beta on this Google Chrome blog page.
UPDATE: It seems that Mozilla’s “rapid release” process to recent Firefox versions has come under criticism as written in this recent PC World article:
UPDATE 2: Read this Ars Technica article titled “Firefox update policy: the enterprise is wrong, not Mozilla” at this page:
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Early last week, Adobe released new security updates for Flash Player, Shockwave Player and Adobe Reader & Acrobat.
Obtain the latest Flash Player security updates from Adobe Security Bulletin APSB11-18. For the latest Shockwave Player security updates, read bulletin APSB11-17. And for Adobe Reader (all versions including Reader X) & Acrobat, see bulletin APSB11-16.
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Susan Bradley has an excellent analysis and all sorts of important advice. For the first time, she’s posting it online in the Lounge – not in Windows Secrets Newsletter (which isn’t coming out this week).
MS10-070 patches the 0day holes in ASP.NET that I’ve been talking about.
Take a look at the discussion.
(By the way, to get the latest on all of this, follow me on Twitter: @woodyleonhard . Don’t forget the “h”.)