Mozilla Firefox 3.5.4 has been released to fix some security bugs.
- MFSA 2009-64 – Crashes with evidence of memory corruption (rv:188.8.131.52/ 184.108.40.206)
- MFSA 2009-63 – Upgrade media libraries to fix memory safety bugs
- MFSA 2009-62 – Download filename spoofing with RTL override
- MFSA 2009-61 – Cross-origin data theft through document.getSelection()
- MFSA 2009-59 – Heap buffer overflow in string to number conversion
- MFSA 2009-57 – Chrome privilege escalation in XPCVariant::VariantDataToJS()
- MFSA 2009-56 – Heap buffer overflow in GIF color map parser
- MFSA 2009-55 – Crash in proxy auto-configuration regexp parsing
- MFSA 2009-54 – Crash with recursive web-worker calls
- MFSA 2009-53 – Local downloaded file tampering
- MFSA 2009-52 – Form history vulnerable to stealing
Source: Security Advisories for Firefox 3.5.4
Windows 7 was released today, of course being the TechNet subscriber that I am I’ve had it for a few months now.
I must say I have been impressed with it at this point. To be honest I can’t fault it at this point, of course time will tell.
It’s always going to be on the left side at the bottom of the links.
Well Microsoft really dropped lots of updates on us this month.
|New Update Alert
|The following 172 new updates have been synchronized to SERVER since Tuesday, October 13, 2009 8:22 PM (GMT).
Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for October 2009
Just updated the site to Nucleus v3.50, so there might be some bugs in my site. Will be testing it over the next few days to make sure everything functions right.
If you see anything comment it on this post.