Opera 10.54 closes critical security holes
Norwegian vendor Opera has presented version 10.54 of its browser to close four security holes, one of which the company rates as extremely severe and as another highly severe. The company plans to protect users until the majority have updated to the new version, by only releasing details of the flaws at a later date. Opera advises all users to update to the latest release as soon as possible.
The Mac version fixes numerous other minor bugs and instabilities, and now automatically uninstalls the old version during auto-updates. Last week, Opera released version 10.6 beta for Windows, Mac OS X, and Unix; this version is considerably faster and prettier than its predecessor.
- Opera 10.54 for Windows changelog, change log from Opera.
- Opera 10.54 for Mac changelog, change log from Opera.
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