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Two Microsoft add-ons for Firefox blocked

Ash Nallawalla

19 October 2009

Security

I fired up Firefox 3.5.3 this morning and was greeted by a strange popup that said that two of the Microsoft add-ons had been blocked:

  • Microsoft .NET Framework Assistant 1.1
  • Windows Presentation Foundation 3.5.30729.1

Firefox blocks two Microsoft add-ons
Firefox blocks two Microsoft add-ons

This was unusual, so I searched for other reports and was led to a TechRepublic .com blog post by Chad Perrin:

For details please see the above link and Mozilla’s list of blocked add-ons.

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