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Mozilla Firefox before 55.0Firefox ESR before 52.3 or Thunderbird 52.3 :- A mechanism that uses AppCache to hijack a URL in a domain using fallback by serving the files from a sub-path on the domain. This has been addressed by requiring fallback files be inside the manifest directory.

Mozilla Firefox before 55.0 :- A use-after-free vulnerability can occur when the layer manager is freed too early when rendering specific SVG content, resulting in a potentially exploitable crash.

Mozilla Firefox before 56.0, Firefox ESR before 52.4 or Thunderbird 52.4 :- During TLS 1.2 exchanges, handshake hashes are generated which point to a message buffer. This saved data is used for later messages but in some cases, the handshake transcript can exceed the space available in the current buffer, causing the allocation of a new buffer. This leaves a pointer pointing to the old, freed buff ...

Mozilla Firefox before 55.0Firefox ESR before 52.3 or Thunderbird 52.3 :- When a pages content security policy (CSP) header contains a sandbox directive, other directives are ignored. This results in the incorrect enforcement of CSP.

Mozilla Firefox before 55.0Firefox ESR before 52.3 or Thunderbird 52.3 :- A use-after-free vulnerability can occur when manipulating the DOM during the resize event of an image element. If these elements have been freed due to a lack of strong references, a potentially exploitable crash may occur when the freed elements are accessed.

Mozilla Firefox before 55.0Firefox ESR before 52.3 or Thunderbird 52.3 :- A use-after-free vulnerability can occur in WebSockets when the object holding the connection is freed before the disconnection operation is finished. This results in an exploitable crash.

Mozilla Firefox before 55.0Firefox ESR before 52.3 or Thunderbird 52.3 :- A use-after-free vulnerability can occur while re-computing layout for a marquee element during window resizing where the updated style object is freed while still in use. This results in a potentially exploitable crash.

Mozilla Firefox before 55.0 or Firefox ESR before 52.3 :- The Developer Tools feature suffers from a XUL injection vulnerability due to improper sanitization of the web page source code. In the worst case, this could allow arbitrary code execution when opening a malicious page with the style editor tool.

Mozilla Firefox before 55.0 :- JavaScript in the about:webrtc page is not sanitized properly being assigned to innerHTML. Data on this page is supplied by WebRTC usage and is not under third-party control, making this difficult to exploit, but the vulnerability could possibly be used for a cross-site scripting (XSS) attack.

Mozilla Firefox before 55.0 :- Response header name interning does not have same-origin protections and these headers are stored in a global registry. This allows stored header names to be available cross-origin.


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