Mozilla has fixed eight vulnerabilities with the release of Firefox 11, the newest version of its Web browser.

"The critical vulnerabilities patched in Firefox 11 are a crash when accessing keyframe cssText after dynamic modification, escalation of privilege with Javascript: URL as a home page, scalable vector graphics issues found with Address Sanitizer, use-after-free in shlwapi.dll, and miscellaneous memory safety hazards," Infosecurity reports.

"Moderate vulnerabilities fixed in Firefox 11 include window.fullScreen writeable by untrusted content, cross-site scripting with multiple content security policy headers, and cross-site scripting with drag and drop and Javascript: URL," the article states.

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