Mozilla Fixes ‘Highly Critical’ Firefox, Thunderbird Flaws

Mozilla’s Firefox browser has been updated to fix 13 security vulnerabilities, five rated critical.

The open-source group on June 1 shipped Firefox, a security and stability release to correct flaws that could cause security bypass, cross-site scripting, system access and HTTP response-smuggling attacks.

Security alerts aggregator Secunia rates the update as "highly critical" because of the risk of remote code execution exploitation…

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