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Mozilla Firefox before 53.0 and Firefox ESR 52.x before 52.1 :- A mechanism to bypass file system access protections in the sandbox using the file system request constructor through an IPC message. This allows for read and write access to the local file system.

Mozilla Firefox before 53.0, Thunderbird before 52.1 or Firefox ESR 52.x before 52.1 :- If a page is loaded from an original site through a hyperlink and contains a redirect to a data:text/html URL, triggering a reload will run the reloaded data:text/html page with its origin set incorrectly. This allows for a cross-site scripting (XSS) attack.

Mozilla Firefox before 53.0, Thunderbird before 52.1 or Firefox ESR 52.x before 52.1 :- A potential memory corruption and crash when using Skia content when drawing content outside of the bounds of a clipping region.

Mozilla Firefox before 54.0, Firefox ESR before 52.2 or Thunderbird before 52.2 :- A use-after-free vulnerability with the frameloader during tree reconstruction while regenerating CSS layout when attempting to use a node in the tree that no longer exists. This results in a potentially exploitable crash.

Mozilla Firefox before 54.0, Firefox ESR before 52.2 or Thunderbird before 52.2 :- A use-after-free vulnerability when using an incorrect URL during the reloading of a docshell. This results in a potentially exploitable crash.

Mozilla Firefox before 54.0, Firefox ESR before 52.2 or Thunderbird before 52.2 :- A use-after-free vulnerability during video control operations when a 'track' element holds a reference to an older window if that window has been replaced in the DOM. This results in a potentially exploitable crash.

Mozilla Firefox before 54.0, Firefox ESR before 52.2 or Thunderbird before 52.2 :- A use-after-free vulnerability with content viewer listeners that results in a potentially exploitable crash.

Mozilla Firefox before 54.0, Firefox ESR before 52.2 or Thunderbird before 52.2 :- A use-after-free vulnerability during specific user interactions with the input method editor (IME) in some languages due to how events are handled. This results in a potentially exploitable crash but would require specific user interaction to trigger.

Mozilla Firefox before 54.0, Firefox ESR before 52.2 or Thunderbird before 52.2 :- An out-of-bounds read in WebGL with a maliciously crafted ImageInfo object during WebGL operations.

Mozilla Firefox before 54.0, Firefox ESR before 52.2 or Thunderbird before 52.2 :- A use-after-free and use-after-scope vulnerability when logging errors from headers for XML HTTP Requests (XHR). This could result in a potentially exploitable crash.


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