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Re: Browser security was Re: MDKSA-2004:021 - Updated mozilla packages fix multiple vulnerabilities
From: Florian Weimer <fw () deneb enyo de>
Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 23:55:23 +0100
Gary Flynn wrote:
Wow. A GNU/Linux distributor who finally releases a security update for
Mozilla. Isn't this a first?
There is a list of published issues at:
I'm glad you said "published" instead of "known". :)
That was quite deliberate. 8-)
There are quite a few security bugs which have been classified in
accordance with the Mozilla Security Policy:
Note that the list you've seen doesn't include bugs which were fixed in
1.6 (Sandblad #13, but the 1.6 release notes suggest that there are more).
What I'd like to see personally is a right-click "temporarily
disable/enable risky functionality for this site" option
There's a Mozilla plugin for a toolbar which offers exactly this
(pop-up ads) suddenly became a non-issue. 8->
Current mail filters: many dial-up/DSL/cable modem hosts, and the
following domains: atlas.cz, bigpond.com, freenet.de, hotmail.com,
libero.it, netscape.net, postino.it, tiscali.co.uk, tiscali.cz,
tiscali.it, voila.fr, wanadoo.fr, yahoo.com.
Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.