Update always removes 3rd party add ons - ie Trusteer Rapport Security

I always use Trusteer Rapport as additional security as recommended by the financial institutions.
Works fine with Firefox 4.0 but as always updates do not improve personal settings just removes them.
Why cannot Firefox work with software companies to include them?

I always use Trusteer Rapport as additional security as recommended by the financial institutions.
Works fine with Firefox 4.0 but as always updates do not improve personal settings just removes them.
Why cannot Firefox work with software companies to include them?

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