Mozilla: FireFox 72 Fixes Five High-Severity Bugs

Posting ID 122160
Date Added: 1/8/2020
Date Modified: 1/8/2020
Carlo Castaneda | E-ISAC Staff

Description

According to Threatpost, Mozilla released Firefox 72 browser on January 7, 2020. The update included fixes for five high-severity, four moderate and one low-risk flaw. The update also blocks some third-party fingerprinting of users across different websites.

Some of the flaws addressed are:

CVE-2019-17015

CVE-2019-17017

 CVE-2019-17025

"Mozilla did not indicate if any of these bugs have been exploited in the wild."

Reference:

https://threatpost.com/mozilla-releases-firefox-72/151636/

 

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