The Mozilla Foundation has issued “critical” security updates to
vulnerabilities discovered in the Firefox browser, Thunderbird e-mail
client and SeaMonkey application suite.

Flaws were found in versions of the open-source software prior to both Firefox and Firefox, as well as prior to Thunderbird and SeaMonkey 1.0.7, Mozilla said Tuesday.

The vulnerabilities could potentially be exploited to conduct
cross-site scripting attacks, to let malicious attackers launch a
remote execution of code on users’ computers, and to expose sensitive
information, according to an advisory from security company Secunia.

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