Firefox 27 Fixes 13 Vulnerabilities

A total of 13 security vulnerabilities have been fixed in the latest release of Firefox. These are distributed among 4 critical, 4 high, 4 moderate and 1 low-impact flaws.

Fixed in Firefox 27
  • MFSA 2014-13 Inconsistent JavaScript handling of access to Window objects
  • MFSA 2014-12 NSS ticket handling issues
  • MFSA 2014-11 Crash when using web workers with asm.js
  • MFSA 2014-10 Firefox default start page UI content invokable by script
  • MFSA 2014-09 Cross-origin information leak through web workers
  • MFSA 2014-08 Use-after-free with imgRequestProxy and image proccessing
  • MFSA 2014-07 XSLT stylesheets treated as styles in Content Security Policy
  • MFSA 2014-06 Profile path leaks to Android system log
  • MFSA 2014-05 Information disclosure with *FromPoint on iframes
  • MFSA 2014-04 Incorrect use of discarded images by RasterImage
  • MFSA 2014-03 UI selection timeout missing on download prompts
  • MFSA 2014-02 Clone protected content with XBL scopes
  • MFSA 2014-01 Miscellaneous memory safety hazards (rv:27.0 / rv:24.3)

We advise our readers using Firefox to update to the latest version.
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