Mozilla fixed a vulnerability in Firefox

Posted: October 29, 2012 in IT Security News
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Vulnerability in Firefox

In the browser, eliminated two XSS vulnerability attacks and one vulnerability disclosure of sensitive data.

Mozilla Foundation has released a security update Firefox 16.0.2, which eliminated three vulnerabilities.

The second in the last two weeks fix in Firefox resolves two vulnerabilities that can make XSS attack, and one vulnerability disclosure of sensitive data, which allows you to bypass security restrictions and implement a cross-domain object reading Location.

Vulnerabilities have been fixed in ESR version of Firefox and email client Thunderbird. Exploits are not critical, but nevertheless recommended that users install the security patch soon.

A detailed description of the vulnerability can be found here.

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