Firefox 3.5.1 released to fix security issues

Mozilla released Firefox update 3.5.1 to fix several securiy and stability issues that include, among others, a 'critical' bug in the Just-in-time (JIT) JavaScript compiler.

The revelation came after posted a security advisory for Firefox 3.5 users that there is a reported crash that "could result in an exploitable memory corruption problem". The specified vulnerability, which involves the JIT compiler, could be exploited by an attacker to run malicious code to install malware.

For safer web browsing, download Firefox 3.5.1 from the Mozilla website now.