Mozilla has released the first update to its Firefox 2.0 web browser today, fixing a number of security issues, and marking the first time the new browser received a fix.

According to the company, release of Firefox fixes flaws in memory corruption as well as the way the browser executes RSS, Javascript and CSS code.

Five of the eight flaws were rated as critical, according to Firefox. Two of the flaws were rated as high, while one received a low security-risk rating, Firefox said.

Users still using version 1.5 of the Web-browser, can also apply these updates using the group's specific patch for the browser.

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