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I am showing two security updates with a 1969 date is that right

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I am showing two security updates with a 1969 date are those right My fox fire start very slow very very slow

This happened

Every time Firefox opened

== about a month ago

I am showing two security updates with a 1969 date are those right My fox fire start very slow very very slow == This happened == Every time Firefox opened == about a month ago

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Firefox must have had a problem getting the time for the update from your system clock, and thus the time of that update is zero. Epoch (the beginning of time) for Unix is 1-1-1970 midnight GMT, less your offset from GMT - which makes it 12-31-1969 and like 2 to 6 pm on North America.

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2.68 an2.64 show a 1969 date

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Firefox must have had a problem getting the time for the update from your system clock, and thus the time of that update is zero. Epoch (the beginning of time) for Unix is 1-1-1970 midnight GMT, less your offset from GMT - which makes it 12-31-1969 and like 2 to 6 pm on North America.

Firefox must have had a problem getting the time for the update from your system clock, and thus the time of that update is '''zero'''. Epoch (the beginning of time) for Unix is 1-1-1970 midnight GMT, less your offset from GMT - which makes it 12-31-1969 and like 2 to 6 pm on North America.