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Firefox 1.0 Just at the time three variants of Bofra (previously detected by us as Mydoom) started spreading thanks to a brand new exploit in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Mozilla Foundation released version 1.0 of Firefox, their free Internet browser.

With IE becoming more and more complex, filled with tons of undocumented features (read bugs) and being the number one target for malware developers worldwide, now may be a really good time to try an alternative – if you haven’t already.

From this point of view, Firefox seems to be a nice replacement. At least until major vulnerabilities start to be found in it as well.

You can download Firefox 1.0 here.

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