For the time being, Firefox 16 is no longer available for download on Mozilla's primary download site and is unavailable to current users as an upgrade as well. Version 16.0.1 of Firefox is expected to be re-released some time Thursday, and upgrades to the newest version are expected to available then as well. This was the first time Mozilla has pulled Firefox distribution because of a security flaw.


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