Opera has released an update for its web browser which contains multiple important security updates and stability fixes.
The firm recommended that all users download the Opera 9.64 update for the browser as soon as possible.
Security fixes in the update cover a remote code execution flaw in the handling of JPEG files, and a cross-site scripting vulnerability which arises when certain browser plug-ins are accessed.
Other fixes include updates for the handling of SSL and extended valuation security systems, as well as a "moderately severe" security fix which the company plans to disclose at a later date.
The update will also stop the browser writing security documents directly to disk, and include better handling for .p12 and Root security certificates.
In addition to the security issues, the 9.64 update contains several fixes for stability and interface problems, such as the display of text and news feeds within the browser.
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