incrediBILL - 5:31 pm on Oct 11, 2012 (gmt 0)
These bugs don't give me confidence.
The fact that they were quickly found and quickly acted upon is a good thing and should give you confidence that the developers are trying to stay ahead of the bad guys.
I'd be more worried if they weren't looking for vulnerabilities and if they found them, kept them quiet so unsuspecting surfers wouldn't know until it was too late.
This kind of thing happens when people escalate development cycles because it's too much too soon as everyone is racing to stay ahead of the competition and that's when security is more likely to suffer.
The problem is people quickly lose interest in any software if it has lengthy product development cycles so keeping it fresh and constantly releasing something new keeps it current in consumers minds, and the hackers.
Firefox should just dial it back a little.