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Firefox for Android includes a Crash Reporter which sends crash data to Mozilla for analysis. Security researcher Roee Hay reported that third party Android applications could launch the crash reporter with their own arguments. Normally applications cannot read the private files of another application, but this vulnerability allowed a malicious application to specify a local file in the Firefox p ...

Security researcher Nicolas Golubovic reported that the Content Security Policy (CSP) of data: documents was not saved as part of session restore. If an attacker convinced a victim to open a document from a data: URL injected onto a page, this can lead to a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attack. The target page may have a strict CSP that protects against this XSS attack, but if the attacker induces ...

Mozilla developer Jeff Gilbert discovered a mechanism where a malicious site with WebGL content could inject content from its context to that of another site"s WebGL context, causing the second site to replace textures and similar content. This cannot be used to steal data but could be used to render arbitrary content in these limited circumstances.

Security researcher Alex Infuhr reported that on Firefox for Android it is possible to open links to local files from web content by selecting Open Link in New Tab from the context menu using the file: protocol. The web content would have to know the precise location of a malicious local file in order to exploit this issue. This issue does not affect Firefox on non-Android systems.

Security researchers Tim Philipp Schafers and Sebastian Neef , the team of Internetwache.org, reported a mechanism using JavaScript onbeforeunload events with page navigation to prevent users from closing a malicious page"s tab and causing the browser to become unresponsive. This allows for a denial of service (DOS) attack due to resource consumption and blocks the ability of users to exit the a ...

Mozilla developer Ehsan Akhgari reported a spoofing attack where the permission prompt for a WebRTC session can appear to be from a different site than its actual originating site if a timed navigation occurs during the prompt generation. This allows an attacker to potentially gain access to the webcam or microphone by masquerading as another site and gaining user permission through spoofing.

Mozilla developer David Keeler reported that the crypto.generateCRFMRequest method did not correctly validate the key type of the KeyParams argument when generating ec-dual-use requests. This could lead to a crash and a denial of service (DOS) attack.

Security researcher Atte Kettunen from OUSPG reported an out of bounds read during the decoding of WAV format audio files for playback. This could allow web content access to heap data as well as causing a crash.

Security researcher Ash reported an issue where the extracted files for updates to existing files are not read only during the update process. This allows for the potential replacement or modification of these files during the update process if a malicious application is present on the local system.

Mozilla developers and community 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.

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