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Mozilla Firefox before 51.0 :- Mozilla developers and community members reported memory safety bugs present in Firefox. Some of these bugs showed evidence of memory corruption and we presume that with enough effort that some of these could be exploited to run arbitrary code.

Mozilla Firefox before 51.0 :- A memory corruption vulnerability in Skia that can occur when using transforms to make gradients, resulting in a potentially exploitable crash.

Mozilla Firefox before 51.0 :- Use-after-free vulnerability in Web Animations when interacting with cycle collection found through fuzzing.

Mozilla Firefox before 51.0 :- The "export" function in the Certificate Viewer can force local filesystem navigation when the "common name" in a certificate contains slashes, allowing certificate content to be saved in unsafe locations with an arbitrary filename.

Mozilla Firefox before 51.0 :- Feed preview for RSS feeds can be used to capture errors and exceptions generated by privileged content, allowing for the exposure of internal information not meant to be seen by web content.

Mozilla Firefox before 51.0 :- Proxy Auto-Config (PAC) files can specify a JavaScript function called for all URL requests with the full URL path which exposes more information than would be sent to the proxy itself in the case of HTTPS. Normally the Proxy Auto-Config file is specified by the user or machine owner and presumed to be non-malicious, but if a user has enabled Web Proxy Auto Detect (W ...

Mozilla Firefox before 51.0 :- Data sent with in multipart channels, such as the multipart/x-mixed-replace MIME type, will ignore the referrer-policy response header, leading to potential information disclosure for sites using this header.

Mozilla Firefox before 51.0 :- The existence of a specifically requested local file can be found due to the double firing of the onerror when the source attribute on a track tag refers to a file that does not exist if the source page is loaded locally.

Mozilla Firefox before 51.0 :- A STUN server in conjunction with a large number of webkitRTCPeerConnection objects can be used to send large STUN packets in a short period of time due to a lack of rate limiting being applied on e10s systems, allowing for a denial of service attack.

Mozilla Firefox before 51.0 :- WebExtensions could use the mozAddonManager API by modifying the CSP headers on sites with the appropriate permissions and then using host requests to redirect script loads to a malicious site. This allows a malicious extension to then install additional extensions without explicit user permission.

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