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Overview

Id firefox19.0
Name Mozilla Firefox (en-us) 19.0 for Windows (Update) (See Notes)
Vendor Name mozilla
Product Mozilla FireFox
Content Type Critical Critical
Language(s) ENGLISH 
Operating System(s) Windows 
Released On 19 Feb 2013 12:00:00

firefox19.0

Mozilla Firefox (en-us) 19.0 for Windows (Update) (See Notes)

Vendor Name

mozilla

Product

Mozilla FireFox

Released On

19 Feb 2013 12:00:00

Url

http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/19.0/releasenotes/

Description

About This Update:
Firefox 19.0 fixes the following security issues:

  • MFSA 2013-28 Use-after-free, out of bounds read, and buffer overflow issues found using Address.
  • MFSA 2013-27 Phishing on HTTPS connection through malicious proxy.
  • MFSA 2013-26 Use-after-free in nsImageLoadingContent.
  • MFSA 2013-25 Privacy leak in JavaScript Workers.
  • MFSA 2013-24 Web content bypass of COW and SOW security wrappers.
  • MFSA 2013-23 Wrapped WebIDL objects can be wrapped again.
  • MFSA 2013-22 Out-of-bounds read in image rendering.
  • MFSA 2013-21 Miscellaneous memory safety hazards (rv:19.0 / rv:17.0.3).
  • Important Notes:

  • This update is applicable to Firefox version 4 and higher.
  • The detection logic only detects Firefox installations in the system-default Program Files folder (e.g. "C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox").
  • Deployment while Firefox is running will not upgrade the current browser session. The user will be prompted to reboot the next time Firefox is launched, in order to complete the upgrade.
  • Deployment with Uninstall will remove Firefox completely.
  • Related Resources

    Related Vulnerabilities

    CVE-2013-0765   CVE-2013-0772   CVE-2013-0773   CVE-2013-0774   CVE-2013-0775   CVE-2013-0776   CVE-2013-0777   CVE-2013-0778   CVE-2013-0779   CVE-2013-0780   CVE-2013-0781   CVE-2013-0782   CVE-2013-0783   CVE-2013-0784  

    Related Patches

    Superseded Patches

    None


    Last Updated: 27 May 2016 11:16:35