Date: 23 December 2011
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AUSCERT Security Bulletin
Mozilla Firefox: Multiple vulnerabilities
23 December 2011
AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary
Product: Mozilla Firefox
Operating System: UNIX variants (UNIX, Linux, OSX)
Impact/Access: Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands -- Remote with User Interaction
Denial of Service -- Remote with User Interaction
CVE Names: CVE-2011-3663 CVE-2011-3661 CVE-2011-3658
CVE-2011-3664 CVE-2011-3666 CVE-2011-3665
Member content until: Friday, January 20 2012
Revision History: December 23 2011: CVE numbers assigned to bugs and included Thunderbird
December 21 2011: Initial Release
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in Firefox web browser.
These range from 'application crash' to 'execution of arbitrary code'.
These issues are fixed in the most recent version 9.0. 
It has been found that there are several security issues in versions of
Firefox prior to 9.0. These allow memory corruption, execution of remote
disabled.      
Vulnerabilities mfsa2011-53  and mfsa2011-55  can cause
out-of-bounds memory access, possibly leading to execution of remote
Vulnerabilities mfsa2011-54  and mfsa2011-58  can lead to an
'accesskey' events, possibly leading to key stroke logging. It is
disabled. This is similar to .
Vulnerability mfsa2011-57  is triggered by a plug-in 'deleting its
containing DOM frame during a call from that frame'. This causes an
application crash but could be used to execute arbitrary code.
These issues are corrected in the 9.0 release of Mozilla Firefox.
Users of previous versions are recommended to upgrade to the 9.0
 Firefox 9.0 download.
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