Two vulnerabilities have been reported in Pale Moon, which can be exploited by malicious people to bypass certain security restrictions and compromise a user's system
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Subject: Pale Moon Use-After-Free and Security Bypass Vulnerabilities
RE: Pale Moon Use-After-Free and Security Bypass Vulnerabilities
30th Aug, 2012 21:09
Score: 2 Posts: 31 User Since: 8th Dec 2008 System Score: 100% Location: TH
I am using PSI 18.104.22.16801 which I downloaded and installed on 27 July 2012.
You are right, I did have a second installation on my C drive (V. 12) which I just uninstalled after seeing your note. However, I ran a new scan with PSI and it is still detecting version 12 on my D drive even though I had installed version 15. One strange thing was that although properties initially showed version 15, after I removed version 12 from the C drive, the D drive installation began showing version 12.x. I finally removed Pale Moon completely and did a cleanup and PSI no longer detects it.
Thanks for the quick response.
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