Security Advisories Week: 22-29 May 2002


Title: Mozilla vulnerabilities
Date: May 29 2002
Vendor: Conectiva
Vulnerable systems: Conectiva Linux 6.0, 7.0, 8
Full advisory: http://www.net-security.org/advisory.php?id=730
Problem description: GreyMagic Security found a vulnerability in mozilla prior to version 1.0rc1 which allows a hostile site to read and list user files. The vulnerability was related to the XMLHTTP, a component that is primarily used for retrieving XML documents from a web server.

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