New version of Firefox patched some additional security flaws
Mozilla has just made a second fix for Firefox 16 after the technology industry discovered a series of security holes on this version on the official release date.
Mozilla has just released Firefox 16.0.2 version to users.
According to PC World, all security bugs in Mozilla's new browser relate to the "Location" section. In it, there is a fatal error that can be exploited by bad guys by combining with certain plug-ins to put malicious code into a few familiar web applications and then attack non-watchers.
Another serious error is related to CheckURL feature on Firefox 16 code. Some hackers can take advantage of this function to add custom code to the add-on that can interact with content on the page. Browser web to attack. In addition, there is another bug in Firefox 16 that allows bad guys to bypass the security barrier in the "Location" section.
On the official release date (October 9), Firefox 16 was warned to contain 14 security flaws, of which about 11 were considered serious. Within 24 hours, Mozilla had to stop providing this version to prevent widespread network attacks. Also, not long after, the company had to launch Firefox 16.0.1 to fix its browser.
To download the latest Firefox application to your device, see here.
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