Firefox zero-day exploit surfaces

Tuesday, 3 October 2006, 11:45 AM EST

Critical flaws in the way Firefox handles JavaScript code create a possible means for hackers to commandeer vulnerable PCs, according to security researchers.

The unpatched and critical flaw potentially affects Windows Linux and Mac OS X users running the open source web browser.

At The Register.

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