Mobile, Patch Management

Firefox flaw fixed

March 27, 2009
Mozilla has addressed the notorious zero-day vulnerability discovered Wednesday that could have caused execution of malicious code if exploited. With the flaw, attackers could have modified Firefox source code. In its release notes for version 3.0.8, Mozilla identified the problem as an XSL parsing “root” XML tag remote memory corruption vulnerability, and lists the bug as “Resolved.” — CAM
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