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Mozilla SeaMonkey Multiple Vulnerabilities


Release Date:  2010-03-18    Views:  4,890

Secunia Advisory SA39001


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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

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Subject: Mozilla SeaMonkey Multiple Vulnerabilities

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Member 19th Mar, 2010 15:27
Last edited on 19th Mar, 2010 15:27 It would be much better to upgrade to Mozilla Seamonkey 2.0.3 (the latest of the 2.x series, which replaces 1.x)

1) It is developped with exactly the same tools as Mozilla Firefox, so for example, it can use the same versions of supplementary modules as Firefox.

2) Because of (1), it is more quickly corrected than 1.x. (2.0.3 appeared a few weeks ago.)

3) 2.x contains a lot of (relatively small but) very interesting enhancements compared to 1.x

4) 2.x is more compact AND faster than 1.x

try it :
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