Some vulnerabilities have been reported in Mozilla SeaMonkey, which can be exploited by malicious people to disclose sensitive information or potentially compromise a user's system.
1) An error exists when processing "<iframe>" elements embedded in e-mail messages. This can be exploited to disclose message contents or local files by tricking a user into replying to or forwarding a malicious message.
2) An error when joined to an Active Directory server on Vista or Windows 7 can be exploited to cause a crash or potentially execute arbitrary code if SSPI authentication is used.
3) An error when indexing certain messages with attachments can be exploited to cause a crash or potentially execute arbitrary code.
5) An error in the BinHex decoder when used on non-Mac platforms can be exploited to cause a crash or potentially execute arbitrary code.
Vulnerabilities #4 and #5 are related to vulnerability #1 in: SA36671
6) An integer overflow error in a base64 decoding function can be exploited to cause a crash or potentially execute arbitrary code.
Provided and/or discovered by: The vendor credits:
1) Georgi Guninski
2) Paul Fisher
3) Ludovic Hirlimann
4) Carsten Book
5) Josh Soref
7) an anonymous person, reported via ZDI
8) Takehiro Takahashi of IBM X-Force
Original Advisory: http://www.mozilla.org/security/announce/2009/mfsa2009-49.html
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Subject: Mozilla SeaMonkey Multiple Vulnerabilities