Firefox 3.6.7 Released

By | July 20, 2010

Firefox 3.6.7 ReleasedA new version of Firefox web browser has been just released by Mozilla Corp.

The following update fixes a total of 121 of bugs, and some of them are security or stability related.

Although Mozilla has not yet updated their download page, you may grab Firefox 3.6.7 from their FTP servers.

Update: Download page is now updated.


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  1. Tiago Sá says:

    Please don’t link to the FTP servers, because they don’t include traffic optimization and overusing them will lead to serious slowdowns in the major servers…
    You can update Firefox by going into Help > Check for Updates… It’s that simple.

    • Vygantas Lipskas says:

      That is true, updated post with official dl link, still, don’t think that Fav is big enough to cause any downtime :-)

  2. RamaSubbu SK says:

    Cool, thats good number of bug fixes :)

  3. Spaceball says:

    The SeaMonkey suite and Thunderbird were updatet as well.

  4. is it only bug-fix release?
    are them some new features??

    • Foo says:

      If you actually looked at the bug list you would have seen that they, for example, have updated the libpng version and backported the aeropeek fixes.

    • Tiago Sá says:

      There are no features in minor releases. Ever.

      • cousin333 says:

        And what about 3.6.4? :)

        • Tiago Sá says:

          Stability fix is not a feature. Otherwise you’d say that it’s a feature that Firefox prevents web pages from infiltrating your computer, or a feature that Firefox supports a given web page without crashing or something…

  5. Somebody says:

    I think this is mostly a security update. They have fixed around 16 security issues, some of them critical.