Firefox Vulnerability


Secunia has posted another Firefox/Mozilla vulnerability. Basically, it allows website authors to inject content into windows opened by visitors from their website. However, using an extension like Tabbrowser Preferences prevents you from being affected. I've noticed that tab-based extensions have protected me in the past. If history says anything, I'm sure Firefox patch will be posted within a week or so.

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