Wednesday, July 25, 2007

More Security Updates

After Firefox, now Thunderbird and Seamonkey who gets an update. Mostly the fixes are the same as the Firefox as they shared most of their engine together. It appears that Pat has already fix the broken link on the Stable Changelog. Now it has already pointed to the correct file big grin so if you miss some updates in July 19, grab them now.

One note about the release note of the Thunderbird and Seamonkey updates is that the URL is not working, as they use capital naming on the anchor name. And it seems that the link will be cut when this blog is published, so please have a look on the original URL:

Tue Jul 24 12:40:16 CDT 2007
Upgraded to thunderbird- Since Thunderbird shares the browser engine with Firefox it is susceptible to similar vulnerabilities. This update fixes the same issues fixed in the recent Firefox patch.
For more information, see:
(* Security fix *)

Upgraded to seamonkey-1.1.3. This is presumably a security update, but the details on the net have been sparse. So far nothing has appeared at the usual URL, but I would treat this as a security update unless it is announced as otherwise.
For more information (if/when it appears), see:
(* Security fix *)