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Mozilla security engineer Frederik Braun reported an issue where the implementation of Content Security Policy (CSP) is not in compliance with the specification . XSLT stylesheets must be subject to script-src directives but Mozilla"s implementation of CSP treats them as styles. This could lead to unexpected script execution if the style-src directives were less restrictive than those for scripts.

Security researcher Jordan Milne reported an information leak where document.caretPositionFromPoint and document.elementFromPoint functions could be used on a cross-origin iframe to gain information on the iframe"s DOM and other attributes through a timing attack, violating same-origin policy.

Security researcher Jordi Chancel reported that the dialog for saving downloaded files did not implement a security timeout before button selections were processed. This could be used in concert with spoofing to convince users to select a different option than intended, causing downloaded files to be potentially opened instead of only saved in some circumstances.

Mozilla developers and community identified identified and fixed several memory safety bugs in the browser engine used in Firefox and other Mozilla-based products. Some of these bugs showed evidence of memory corruption under certain circumstances, and we presume that with enough effort at least some of these could be exploited to run arbitrary code.

The host is missing a high severity security update according to Google advisory. The update is required to fix multiple vulnerabilities. The flaws are present in the application, which fails to handle certain vectors related to memory. Successful exploitation allows attackers to cause denial of service.

The host is missing an important security update according to Apple advisory, APPLE-SA-2010-12-07-1 and the update is required to fix multiple memory corruption vulnerabilities. A flaw is present in the application, which fails to sanitize user supplied input. Successful exploitation allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code or cause a denial of service

Firefox user Sijie Xia reported that if a user explicitly removes the trust for extended validation (EV) capable root certificates in the certificate manager, the change is not properly used when validating EV certificates, causing the setting to be ignored. This removes the ability of users to explicitly un-trust root certificates from specific certificate authorities.

Compiler Engineer Dan Gohman of Google reported that binary search algorithms in the SpiderMonkey JavaScript engine were prone to overflow in several places, leading to potential out-of-bounds array access. While none of these are known to be directly exploitable, they are unsafe in theory and have been changed as part of general security improvements.

Mozilla developer Eric Faust reported that during JavaScript compilation GetElementIC typed array stubs can be generated outside observed typesets. This could lead to unpredictable behavior with a potential security impact.

Mozilla developer Myk Melez reported that with specifically timed page navigation, the doorhanger notification for Web App installation could persist from one site to another without being dismissed by the navigation. This could be used by a malicious site to trick a user into installing an application from one site while making it appear to come from another.


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