Firefox Android zero-day allows execution of malicious code

Exploit found on Android Firefox app that forces the mobile browser to download and execute a (possibly) malicious app. The exploit could also be leveraged by luring Firefox Android users with social engineering tricks.

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Fake Browser Updates Going Rampant

This new trend of fake critical browser updates have been on the rise and it’s getting much more sneakier than when it was introduced.

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Chrome’s Stored Passwords

An oddity in Google’s Chrome allows you to reveal stored passwords saved by the popular browser.

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Firefox Zero-Day: A Quick Look At Yet Another Cross-Platform Vulnerability

This specific Firefox vulnerability is actually cross-platform. In fact, making the malicious code ‘work’ on all platforms is trivial as you only need to get rid of the checks looking for the Windows version.

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Firefox Zero-Day Used to Reveal Identities: Does The End Justify The Means?

An Exploit for Mozilla’s Firefox version 17 is making headlines, not simply because it is a zero-day but mainly because it appears to be part of a U.S. government program to uncover the identity of people using the Tor Browser to view child pornography.

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