Opera Update Patches Three Security Flaws

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Version 11.60 of the Opera Web browser was recently released.

"Code-named 'Tunny,' the update addresses a vulnerability affecting some two- and three-letter top-level domains (TLD) that could allow cookies to be set for the TLD itself; these cookies could then be read by other sites using that TLD," The H Security reports.

"A problem related to a weakness in the SSL v3.0 and TLS 1.0 specifications which could be used for eavesdropping attacks against some applications, and a cross-domain information leakage problem in the JavaScript 'in' operator, have also been fixed," the article states.

Go to "Opera 11.60 fixes security bugs" to read the details.

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