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October 14th, 2009
October 14th, 2009

Browser Plugin Check

It´s 7am Do you know where your plugins are at?

Mozilla´s New Plugin Check helps keep you up to date
Mozilla´s New Plugin Check helps keep you up to date
Mozilla released a handy new web site today that will automagically check your browser plugins (these are different then add-ons which get checked automatically in the background) to ensure they are up to date.

Plugins are seperate applications that can be triggered by your web browser, usually to play multimedia content or to handle other file types externally to the browser. Things like: Flash and Quicktime are some common examples.

The new web application from Mozilla quickly will tell you which, if any, of your plugins are aging (and thus potentially insecure) and prompt you with the link to go and grab the latest version.

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