Critical security holes closed in Firefox 16 and Thunderbird 16
Mozilla has released a Firefox 16.0.2 update for its browser to close recently discovered critical security holes. Three problems, assigned CVE-2012-4194, CVE-2012-4195 and CVE-2012-4196 were addressed in the updates. The flaws also affect Thunderbird 16 to a more limited extent but a Thunderbird 16.0.2 update has been released. Enterprise ESR versions of the browser and email client are also affected; A 10.0.10 update for Firefox ESR and Thunderbird ESR has also been released along with a 2.13.2 update of SeaMonkey.
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