Opera Software released two security advisories for Opera vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to remotely execute code on affected systems.
The flaws were found by VeriSign's iDefense Labs to affect Opera 9.02 and believed to affect earlier versions. It affects the browser on both Windows and Linux platforms.
Opera ranks these problems as "moderate," but experts at Secunia categorized them as "highly critical." Users are encouraged to upgrade to Opera 9.1, for which Opera Software corrected the problem.Click here to email West Coast Bureau Chief Ericka Chickowski.