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             AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution

                 ESB-2005.0547 -- The Mozilla Organization
      New versions of Firefox and Mozilla fix several vulnerabilities
                               14 July 2005


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:           Firefox
Publisher:         The Mozilla Organization
Operating System:  Linux variants
                   Mac OS X
                   UNIX variants
Impact:            Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands
                   Access Confidential Data
Access:            Remote/Unauthenticated

Original Bulletin:

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New versions of the Firefox web browser and Mozilla Suite have been released
which fix several vulnerabilities, the most serious of which could allow the
execution of arbitrary code.

The following vulnerabilities have been fixed in Firefox 1.0.5 and
Mozilla 1.7.9

MFSA 2005-56 (Critical) Code execution through shared function objects
MFSA 2005-55 (High) XHTML node spoofing
MFSA 2005-54 (Low) Javascript prompt origin spoofing
MFSA 2005-52 (Moderate) Same origin violation: frame calling top.focus()
MFSA 2005-51 (Moderate) The return of frame-injection spoofing
MFSA 2005-50 (Moderate) Possibly exploitable crash in
MFSA 2005-48 (Low) Same-origin violation with InstallTrigger callback
MFSA 2005-46 (Low) XBL scripts ran even when Javascript disabled
MFSA 2005-45 (High) Content-generated event vulnerabilities

The following vulnerabilities are specific to Firefox and have been fixed
in Firefox 1.0.5

MFSA 2005-47 (High) Code execution via "Set as Wallpaper"
MFSA 2005-49 (High) Script injection from Firefox sidebar panel using data:
MFSA 2005-53 (Critical) Standalone applications can run arbitrary code
             through the browser

Additional details regarding these issues and the list of issues fixed
in previous versions of Firefox and Mozilla are available from the
Original Bulletin URL.

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