Mozilla has reacted quickly to patch a zero-day vulnerability in its Firefox browser software. The security flaw was used to run a drive-by-download attack so that Firefox fans visiting the website for the Nobel Peace prize were exposed to malware on Tuesday. Code planted on the site redirected surfers to a hacker-controlled …
Double your money?
"It is currently unclear why obviously a script-kiddie-like malware abuses such a valuable zeroday vulnerability; usually cyber criminals abuse them for profitable malware,"
I think I know why :)
Telenor is a Norwegian telecoms company, surely?
And don't call me Shirley.
Not all that quickly
My Firefox 4.0 Beta 6 still doesn't suggest there are any updates for it.
Re : Firefox 4 beta is immune from the vulnerability,
From the article
"Firefox 4 beta is immune from the vulnerability"
Re: Not all that quickly.
"Posted Friday 29th October 2010 00:59 GMT"
Go to bed. In the morning, re-read the bit of the article where it says FF4 isn't affected.
This is a Title
>My Firefox 4.0 Beta 6 still doesn't suggest there are any updates for it.
read the article again
Sent from my iPad - so screw capitals and full stops and human rights.
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