Mozilla Firefox 67.0.4 Fixes Second Actively Exploited Zero-Day | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Mozilla Firefox 67.0.4 Fixes Second Actively Exploited Zero-Day

Mozilla has released Firefox 67.0.4 to fix a security vulnerability that has been used in targeted attacks against cryptocurrency firms such as Coinbase. Users of Firefox should immediately install this update.

This week, Mozilla released Firefox 67.0.3 to fix a critical remote code execution vulnerability that was being used in targeted attacks. Since its release, it was discovered that the vulnerability and another unknown one was chained together as part of a phishing attack to drop and execute malicious payloads on victim's machines.

Today, Mozilla released Firefox 67.0.4 that fixes the second unknown vulnerability that was used during this chained attack.

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