Mozilla has recently released a new version of Firefox browser that comes to address vulnerabilities in the application, while also bringing other improvements to Windows and macOS systems.
Firefox 62.0.3 isn’t a major release, but given that it resolves security flaws in the browser, it should be installed by all users as soon as possible.
Now available for all supported desktop platforms
CVE-2018-12387 was reported through the same program by researchers Bruno Keith and Niklas Baumstark, who also participated in the disclosure of the first issue.
Firefox 62.0.3 is now available for download for all supported desktop platforms, and it also brings other refinements and improvements to the overall experience with the browser. On macOS Mojave, for instance, the new version of Firefox addresses performance issues, like hangs and freezes, happening at random times when opening certain menus.
You can download Mozilla Firefox for Windows, Linux, and Mac from Softpedia using these links. Additionally, the browser comes with a built-in update engine, so if you haven’t already received the new version, you can also rely on this method to get it.