Security Alert: Firefox Vulnerability in versions below 67.0.3

If you use Firefox, be sure you’re using the latest version. Firefox version 67.0.3 patches an actively exploited zero-day vulnerability.

Use an up to date version of Firefox to keep your computer secure

If your Firefox version is out of date, an attacker could lead you to visit a malicious website, which would then execute code on your computer.

Read more about the vulnerability on Bleeping Computer.

You can download the latest version of Firefox here.

To avoid falling prey to this type of security issue:

To keep things simple and secure, you can ensure Firefox is set to update automatically.

  1. Go to Tools -> Options.
  2. Go to General.
  3. Choose “Allow Firefox to” = “Automatically install updates (recommended).”

configure Firefox to update automatically

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Alisa Cognard

Alisa was one of the first team members to join Red Earth Design, Inc. in early 2004. From data entry, she progressed to MySQL database manipulation and PHP coding. Alisa is responsible for all kinds of odds and ends: installing new websites, adding features to them, programming databases, PHP coding, website troubleshooting, website security, and organizational tasks for Red Earth Design.

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