Firefox 26 Fixes 14 Vulnerabilities

14 security holes have been patched in the Firefox 26. Among these patches, 5 of them are considered as critical.These are vulnerability that can be used to run attacker code and install software, requiring no user interaction beyond normal browsing, 3 are moderate vulnerabilities and 3 are categorised as high. The remaining are considered to be of low security: "Minor security vulnerabilities such as Denial of Service attacks, minor data leaks, or spoofs."
We advise our readers to update their Firefox to be more secured.
List of Security Holes addressed in Firefox 26
MFSA 2013-117 Mis-issued ANSSI/DCSSI certificate
MFSA 2013-116 JPEG information leak
MFSA 2013-115 GetElementIC typed array stubs can be generated outside observed typesets
MFSA 2013-114 Use-after-free in synthetic mouse movement
MFSA 2013-113 Trust settings for built-in roots ignored during EV certificate validation
MFSA 2013-112 Linux clipboard information disclosure though selection paste
MFSA 2013-111 Segmentation violation when replacing ordered list elements
MFSA 2013-110 Potential overflow in JavaScript binary search algorithms
MFSA 2013-109 Use-after-free during Table Editing
MFSA 2013-108 Use-after-free in event listeners
MFSA 2013-107 Sandbox restrictions not applied to nested object elements
MFSA 2013-106 Character encoding cross-origin XSS attack
MFSA 2013-105 Application Installation doorhanger persists on navigation
MFSA 2013-104 Miscellaneous memory safety hazards (rv:26.0 / rv:24.2)

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