Mozilla patches a dozen Firefox vulnerabilities

Mozilla has shipped a refresh [mozilla.com] of its flagship Firefox browser to fix a dozen documented vulnerabilities that expose users to URL spoofing, cross-site scripting, code injection and code execution attacks.
The most serious fix covers four browser engine and JavaScript engine crashes where Mozilla’s developers found evidence of memory corruption.  Read the full story [zdnet.com]

Mozilla has shipped a refresh [mozilla.com] of its flagship Firefox browser to fix a dozen documented vulnerabilities that expose users to URL spoofing, cross-site scripting, code injection and code execution attacks.

The most serious fix covers four browser engine and JavaScript engine crashes where Mozilla’s developers found evidence of memory corruption.  Read the full story [zdnet.com]

 

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