It's 2018 and… wow, you're still using Firefox? All right then, patch these horrid bugs | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


It's 2018 and… wow, you're still using Firefox? All right then, patch these horrid bugs

Mozilla's Firefox has been patched to address more than 30 CVE-listed security vulnerabilities.

The open-source browser has been updated in both its regular (Firefox 58) and extended support (ESR 52.6) flavors. You should install these as soon as possible.

The Firefox 58 update includes fixes for critical memory corruption bugs (under the blanket CVE-2018-5089 and CVE-2018-5090 labels) that could be exploited by dodgy webpages to execute malicious code within the browser – in other words, hijack the application and potentially the whole computer.

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