Firefox 107 Patches High-Impact Vulnerabilities


Mozilla has announced the release of Firefox 107. The popular web browser’s most recent version fixes a large number of flaws. The security flaws fixed by Firefox 107 have a total of 19 CVE identifiers, nine of which have been rated as having a “high impact.”

The serious flaws include use-after-free bugs that can cause crashes or arbitrary code execution, full screen notification bypasses that can be exploited for spoofing attacks, and issues that could result in information disclosure. Multiple memory safety flaws found by Mozilla developers have been given a single CVE and rated as having a “high impact.”

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Security exceptions and spoofing are related to low-impact Firefox bugs that have been fixed.

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