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Forum Thread: New Firefox version 3.5.1 vulnerability confirmed!!

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DarkCal1m3r0 New Firefox version 3.5.1 vulnerability confirmed!!
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The issue affects firefox 3.5.1 and prior versions of unicode text handling and is a critical one.

SecurityFocus is reporting on a stack buffer overflow vulnerability which affects both the original 3.5 release of Firefox as well as the latest 3.5.1 release. more info @:

http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/35707/discuss
http://www.bit-tech.net/news/bits/2009/07/20/new-f...

Rosanne RE: New Firefox version 3.5.1 vulnerability confirmed!!
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I suppose the bug ought to be killed by setting .false. to
javascript.options.jit.content by using about:config
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Anthony Wells RE: New Firefox version 3.5.1 vulnerability confirmed!!
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The info in this link has not changed , as far as I know , concerning v3.5.1
(3.5.1 already fixed the jit bug)

http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/232...

There is a "critical" update for v3.0.11 to v3.0.12 announced in the last hour or so .

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