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Firefox fixes critical buffer overflow

Earlier this month Mozilla announced a security advisory (MFSA2018-14) for its Firefox browser, noting that version 60.0.2 of both Firefox and Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR) as well as the legacy ESR (ESR 52.8.1) now have a fix for a critical-level buffer overflow vulnerability. 230 more words

Vulnerability

Nieuws van de Week. 17 Juni 2018.

Winkelen zonder duizenden Oranje promoties. Geen extra lange STER blokken met commercials omdat het Nederlands Elftal meedoet aan een toernooitje. Bij gebrek aan relevante content is er opeens aandacht voor de spelers en allochtonen van landen die wel gaan. 1,010 more words

Weeknieuws

Sorting Tumblrs you are following by their last activity

It seems, migration to GitLab stimulated me to code more in unusual for me languages and environments. First, it pushed me to do something in PowerShell: … 171 more words

My Projects

Playing with colour

One of things that Firefox has always done is to make itself configurable as your browser.  Add-ons have always been around to extend the functionality of the browser right “out of the box”.  218 more words

Firefox

Resisting Surveillance Part 1: Operating system and browser, the basics

Alternative operating systems: Gnu/Linux distributions

When buying a computer, the consumer also buys an operating system. These are mainly Mac OS X for Apple computers, and different versions of Windows for other computers. 747 more words

Internet Freedom

New Mozilla Firefox Vulnerability

A vulnerability has been identified in Mozilla Firefox, which could allow for arbitrary code execution. Mozilla Firefox is a web browser used to access the Internet. 103 more words

Information Security