Instructions showing hackers how to exploit an unpatched, critical security hole in Mozilla’s new Firefox 3.5 Web browser have been posted online. So, until Mozilla can ship an update to quash this bug, LandoftheFreeish.com is posting instructions to help readers protect themselves from this vulnerability.
Vulnerability watcher Secunia rates this flaw “highly critical,” noting that it is the type of flaw that criminals could use to remotely install rogue software, merely by convincing users to visit a hacked or booby-trapped Web site.
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