Two security holes found in Firefox web browser

Friday, 9 February 2007, 2:45 AM EST

Two flaws found in the Firefox web browser could result in users exposing sensitive information to malicious attackers, according to a computer security company.

One of the vulnerabilities, which affects the latest version of the popular web browser, could let an attacker fool the software into identifying a website as secure when it should classify it as a phishing site, SecuriTeam, an arm of Beyond Security Inc., said on Wednesday.

At CBC.

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