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Firefox before 1.0.5 allows remote attackers to steal information and possibly execute arbitrary code by using standalone applications such as Flash and QuickTime to open a javascript: URL, which is run in the context of the previous page, and may lead to code execution if the standalone application loads a privileged chrome: URL.

Firefox before 1.0.5, Mozilla before 1.7.9, and Netscape 8.0.2 and 7.2 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (access violation and crash), and possibly execute arbitrary code, by calling InstallVersion.compareTo with an object instead of a string.

Firefox before 1.0.5 allows remote attackers to steal sensitive information by opening a malicious link in the Firefox sidebar using the _search target, then injecting script into other pages via a data: URL.

The InstallTrigger.install method in Firefox before 1.0.5 and Mozilla before 1.7.9 allows remote attackers to execute a callback function in the context of another domain by forcing a page navigation after the install method has been called, which causes the callback to be run in the context of the new page and results in a same origin violation.

Firefox before 1.0.5, Thunderbird before 1.0.5, Mozilla before 1.7.9, Netscape 8.0.2, and K-Meleon 0.9 runs XBL scripts even when Javascript has been disabled, which makes it easier for remote attackers to bypass such protection.

The browser user interface in Firefox before 1.0.5, Mozilla before 1.7.9, and Netscape 8.0.2 and 7.2 does not properly distinguish between user-generated events and untrusted synthetic events, which makes it easier for remote attackers to perform dangerous actions that normally could only be performed manually by the user.

The InstallTrigger.install method in Firefox before 1.0.5 and Mozilla before 1.7.9 allows remote attackers to execute a callback function in the context of another domain by forcing a page navigation after the install method has been called, which causes the callback to be run in the context of the new page and results in a same origin violation.

Firefox before 1.0.5 and Mozilla before 1.7.9 allows a child frame to call top.focus and other methods in a parent frame, even when the parent is in a different domain, which violates the same origin policy and allows remote attackers to steal sensitive information such as cookies and passwords from web sites whose child frames do not verify that they are in the same domain as their parents.

A regression error in Firefox 1.0.3 and Mozilla 1.7.7 allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary Javascript from one page into the frameset of another site, aka the frame injection spoofing vulnerability, a re-introduction of a vulnerability that was originally identified and addressed by CVE-2004-0718.

Firefox before 1.0.4 and Mozilla Suite before 1.7.8 do not properly limit privileges of Javascript eval and Script objects in the calling context, which allows remote attackers to conduct unauthorized activities via "non-DOM property overrides," a variant of CVE-2005-1160.


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