Firefox 69 Update Fixes Critical Vulnerabilities

Firefox 69 Update Fixes Critical Vulnerabilities

Mozilla has released the latest Firefox 69 browser update version, which will block thirdparty cookies and crypto miners and disables default support for Adobe Flash Player. The Firefox 69 browser update comes with a handful of security patches, which address one critical and eight high severity vulnerabilities. The critivalvulnerability CVE-2019-11751 enables malicious code through command line for Firefox browsers on Windows OS. As quoted by Mozzilla "logging-related command line parameters are not properly sanitized when Firefox is launched by another program, such as when a user clicks on malicious links in a chat application. This can be used to write a log file to an arbitrary location such as the Windows 'Startup' folder."


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