The latest release of Firefox has been called "unlucky version 13" because it creates web page thumbnails even of secure content, sparking privacy fears.
But is this really a bug? And if so, do any of the "fixes" circulating online actually work? Paul Ducklin finds out.
Apple's latest large-scale OS X security updates are out.
In tech-speak, there are 39 fixes, covering 52 CVE identifiers, and including 19 fixes for vulnerabilities potentially allowing arbitrary code execution. That's a lot!