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Mozilla has released the latest version of its Firefox web browser which features new enhancement to private browsing and fixes a number of flaws.
A day after Firefox 16 was released, Mozilla pulls the download following the discovery of a severe security flaw.
The exploit was triggered against a use-after-free vulnerability in the open-source browser and successfully evaded DEP and ALSR, two anti-exploit mitigations built into the Windows operating system.
If Internet Explorer had better fix and flaw updating features like its Chrome and Firefox rivals, perhaps the 900 million vulnerable to one recent security hole could be far lower.
Mozilla has quickly rushed out a Firefox security patch to provide cover for a zero-day flaw that was being exploited in drive-by malware downloads.
The security researcher who found and reported this critical buffer overflow and memory corruption vulnerability in Mozilla's Firefox browser is none other than Alex Miller, a 12-year-old boy who earned a $3,000 bounty for his discovery.
Mozilla has released Firefox 3.6.11 with patches for a dozen security holes, some serious enough to launch attacks if a user simply surfs to a booby-trapped website.
The open-source group released Firefox 3.6.9 with patches for a total of 15 vulnerabilities (11 rated critical), including the publicly known DLL load hijacking flaw that exposes Windows users to remote code execution attacks.
The project is now offering up to $3,000 for reports of high-risk security vulnerabilities in its software, as part of its Bug Bounty security programme
The open-source Mozilla group is now offering a $3,000 bounty for security security vulnerabilities found in its flagship Firefox and Thunderbird software products.
The latest version of the browser, Firefox 3.6.4, patches seven vulnerabilities, including four critical flaws that could allow a remote attacker to control a system
The Firefox 3.6.3 update is rated critical. It fixes a flaw that was exploited at this year's CanSecWest Pwn2Own hacker challenge.
Three of the five holes in older versions of Firefox are rated "critical." Meanwhile, a security company reports a zero-day flaw in the latest version of the browser.
Mozilla has released fixes for five security holes in older versions of Firefox, while a security company has warned of a zero-day flaw in the latest version of the popular browser.
Mozilla has patched security flaws in older versions of the browser, while version 3.6 has been hit by a zero-day flaw
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Mozilla's flagship Firefox browser is vulnerable to at least 11 "critical" vulnerabilities that expose users to drive-by download attacks that require no user interaction beyond normal browsing.
Mozilla has released two advisories to patch serious security flaws in its flagship Firefox Web browser.The vulnerabilities are rated "critical," meaning they can be exploited by malicious hackers to run harmful code and install software, requiring no user interaction beyond normal browsing.
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