Saturday, November 11, 2006

Highly critical vulnerabilities in Firefox and Windows OS

Mozilla Firefox and SeaMonkey Multiple Vulnerabilities.

Secunia has reported some highly critical multiple vulnerabilities in Mozilla firefox and SeaMonkey which can be exploited by malicious people to bypass certain security restrictions, conduct cross-site scripting attacks, and potentially compromise a vulnerable system.

For more details read the report.

Microsoft XMLHTTP ActiveX Control Code Execution Vulnerability

Also it seems Secunia has found yet another vulnerability with a Microsoft product and this time it is not Explorer but it is with the Operating system. It is a extremely critical vulnerability.

The vulnerability is already being actively exploited so everyone needs to stay guarded and take the necessary precaution.

See the report.

Related reading:-

Microsoft and Secunia at it again. And FireFox 2 too affected?

Yet another security flaw spotted in IE 7 today.

All IE 7 and Firefox 2 Vulnerabilities as of date.