September 26th, 2008 by Keith

Mozilla Firefox 3.0.3 – Urgent Fix

Posted in Fun Stuff, Linux, Mac OS, Site News, Solaris, Web Apps, Windows

In less than 3 days, Mozilla released the next version of Firefox 3.0.3. According to the release note, the developers have found and fixed a problem where users were unable to retrieve saved passwords or save new passwords.

This bug has been filed under bug 454708. There is no any other changes. For more information on this new release, you may want to check out version 3.0.2, which was more of a major update from the previous version.

I did not realise the existence of this bug since I never save my passwords using the browser. I’m glad that Mozilla managed to turn this over within 72 hours.

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Mozilla Firefox 3.0.3

3 Responses to “Mozilla Firefox 3.0.3 – Urgent Fix”

  1. Gallery of posts up to 10-09-2008 » SoftSift Says:

    [...] Mozilla Firefox 3.0.3 – Urgent Fix [...]

  2. Hooty Says:

    Yes, I have this problem, it’s annoying.

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