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Critical JavaScript Vulnerability Found In FireFox 3.5

Posted 15 July 2009 - 02:35 PM

Mozilla publicly announced that there was a critical Javascript vulnerability detected in the new version of Firefox - 3.5. The vulnerability was discovered in the Javascript JIT (Just In Time) compiler and it can be used to execute malicious code on the client machine. Currently, no fix is available. There is a workaround present though to temporarily minimize the security risk.

For more details on the issue visit this Mozilla Security Blog page.

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Re: Critical JavaScript Vulnerability Found In FireFox 3.5

Posted 18 July 2009 - 12:49 PM

3.5.1 has been released and has a fix for this issue. Be forewarned, as of this moment, there is not a compatible version of the .NET Framework Assistant add-on. It'll be out soon though, I'm sure :)

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