Fedora 31: firefox FEDORA-2019-218018ec82

    Date 26 Oct 2019
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    - New upstream version (69.0.3)
    Fedora Update Notification
    2019-10-26 17:17:38.270820
    Name        : firefox
    Product     : Fedora 31
    Version     : 69.0.3
    Release     : 1.fc31
    URL         : https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/
    Summary     : Mozilla Firefox Web browser
    Description :
    Mozilla Firefox is an open-source web browser, designed for standards
    compliance, performance and portability.
    Update Information:
    - New upstream version (69.0.3)
    * Thu Oct 10 2019 Martin Stransky  - 69.0.3-1
    - Updated to 69.0.3
    * Wed Oct  9 2019 Martin Stransky  - 69.0.2-3
    - Obsolete firefox-wayland when we're on wayland by default.
    * Thu Oct  3 2019 Martin Stransky  - 69.0.2-2
    - Added fix for mozilla#1587008 - flickering during GL resize.
    * Thu Oct  3 2019 Martin Stransky  - 69.0.2-1
    - Updated to 69.0.2
    * Mon Sep 30 2019 Martin Stransky  - 69.0.1-5
    - Updated rhbz#1754460/mzbz#1583466 - per user policy dir.
    * Tue Sep 24 2019 Martin Stransky  - 69.0.1-4
    - Added fix for rhbz#1754460
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