Firefox 11 Patches Eight Security Flaws

Share it on Twitter  
Share it on Facebook  
Share it on Linked in  

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.

Go to "Mozilla plugs eight holes with latest version of its Firefox browser" to read the details.

For regular security news updates, follow eSecurityPlanet on Twitter: @eSecurityP.