Another flaw found in Mozilla

Tuesday, 7 June 2005, 11:55 AM EST

It appears the Mozilla foundation must deal with another round of fixes to its popular browsers after a security firm pointed out that they are susceptible to a seven-year-old vulnerability that could let attackers spoof Web sites.

Danish security firm Secunia says both Mozilla 1.7.x and Firefox 1.x are susceptible to a frame injection flaw, first spotted in 1998, that allows attackers to spoof Web sites.

By Tim Gray at Internet.com

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