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Secunia Official 5th Jul, 2012 08:54
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Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla Thunderbird, where some have unknown impacts and others can be exploited by malicious, local users to gain escalated privileges and by malicious people to bypass certain security restrictions, disclose sensitive information, and compromise a user's system.

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RvHabsburg RE: Mozilla Firefox / Thunderbird Multiple Vulnerabilities
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Last edited on 5th Jul, 2012 08:54
is there a way to get the patches without up"grading" to a/the current version of Mozilla's Firefox browser? I have an essential product that Mozilla's installation Manager or it's add-on's manager refuses to allow to run.I don't really want to regedit to directly seed the utility.I would far rather applying the solution to the associated CVE('s). If there is an alternative solution secunia can provide i would very much like to know the steps to follow to proceed.
Regards, K.Ritter v H
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ddmarshall RE: Mozilla Firefox / Thunderbird Multiple Vulnerabilities
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You can try the Firefox Extended Support Release. It is based on Firefox 10.
http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations...
http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations...

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