The Mozilla Foundation has released the latest version of its Firefox 111 browser. Multiple security vulnerabilities fixed.
In this update, in addition to enhancing functionality such as support for native Windows notifications, a total of 13 security vulnerabilities have been addressed. Vulnerabilities rated “critical,” the four highest severity levels, are not included.
There are 7 vulnerabilities that are classified as “high”, which is the second highest severity. In private browsing mode, the “CVE-2023-25750” vulnerability that could cause a system cache leak and memory corruption vulnerability has been addressed.
In addition, as security vulnerabilities affecting only the Android version, “CVE-2023-25749” that may launch third-party apps without confirmation, and “CVE-2023-25748″ that may hide full-screen notifications. CVE-2023-28159” has been resolved.
The remaining six were rated moderate in importance. At the same time, the extended support release “Firefox ESR 102.9” was released, which addresses 6 security vulnerabilities.
The security vulnerabilities fixed in “Firefox 111” are as follows.
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