Mozilla released Firefox 62.0.2 on September 21, 2018 to the Release channel. The new version of the web browser is a minor update that addresses bugs and security issues in Firefox Stable.
The organization released Firefox 62.0 on September 4, 2018, a major version release that included security fixes, bug fixes and new features.
What happened to Firefox 62.0.1? It was an Android only release on September 7, 2018 that fixed a crash on sites with WebGL content.
Firefox 62.0.2 is already available via the web browser's automatic update functionality. Firefox users can select Menu > Help > About Firefox to display the currently installed version and run a check for updates. Firefox should pick up the new version automatically then and download and install it on the local system.
What is new
The official release notes list 11 changes in Firefox 62.0.2 and security fixes next to that. The following issues have been resolved in the new Firefox Stable version:
Firefox 62.0.2 fixes a security issue that is rated moderate.
A potentially exploitable crash in TransportSecurityInfo used for SSL can be triggered by data stored in the local cache in the user profile directory
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