Mozilla Thunderbird/SeaMonkey/Firefox Multiple Remote Vulnerabilities

The Mozilla Foundation has released six security advisories specifying vulnerabilities in Firefox, SeaMonkey, and Thunderbird.

These vulnerabilities allow attackers to:

- Execute arbitrary code
- Cause denial-of-service conditions
- Perform cross-site scripting attacks
- Obtain potentially sensitive information
- Spoof legitimate content

Other attacks may also be possible.

UPDATE: Firefox is still vulnerable to the issue outlined in MFSA 2007-02. Pages followed through 'href' links and embedded iframes inherit the character set of parent pages when a user has manually set the browser charset.


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