Mozilla Plugs Firefox Code Execution Hole
Mozilla has released a new version of the Firefox Web browser with what is described as "significant security and stability improvements."
Details on the security vulnerabilities being patched were not available April 13 when Firefox 18.104.22.168 was shipped as a high-priority update. However, a source told eWEEK that the most serious flaw could allow "remote code execution" attacks. Mozilla Plugs Firefox Code Execution Hole
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