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    Debian: Mozilla Firefox fix several vulnerabilities DSA-1044-1

    Date 26 Apr 2006
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
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    Debian Security Advisory DSA 1044-1                    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.                             Martin Schulze
    April 26th, 2006              
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    Package        : mozilla-firefox
    Vulnerability  : several
    Problem type   : remote
    Debian-specific: no
    CVE IDs        : CVE-2006-0293 CVE-2006-0292 CVE-2005-4134 CVE-2006-0296 CVE-2006-1741
                     CVE-2006-1742 CVE-2006-1737 CVE-2006-1738 CVE-2006-1739 CVE-2006-1790
                     CVE-2006-1740 CVE-2006-1736 CVE-2006-1735 CVE-2006-1734 CVE-2006-1733
                     CVE-2006-1732 CVE-2006-0749 CVE-2006-1731 CVE-2006-1730 CVE-2006-1729
                     CVE-2006-1728 CVE-2006-1727 CVE-2006-0748
    CERT advisories: VU#179014 VU#252324 VU#329500 VU#488774 VU#492382 VU#592425 VU#736934
                     VU#813230 VU#842094 VU#932734 VU#935556
    BugTraq IDs    : 15773 16476 17516
    Debian Bugs    : 363935 362656
    Several security related problems have been discovered in Mozilla
    Firefox.  The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures project identifies
    the following vulnerabilities:
        Web pages with extremely long titles cause subsequent launches of
        the browser to appear to "hang" for up to a few minutes, or even
        crash if the computer has insufficient memory.  [MFSA-2006-03]
        The Javascript interpreter does not properly dereference objects,
        which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service or
        execute arbitrary code.  [MFSA-2006-01]
        The function allocation code allows attackers to cause a denial of
        service and possibly execute arbitrary code.  [MFSA-2006-01]
        XULDocument.persist() did not validate the attribute name,
        allowing an attacker to inject arbitrary XML and JavaScript code
        into localstore.rdf that would be read and acted upon during
        startup.  [MFSA-2006-05]
        An anonymous researcher for TippingPoint and the Zero Day
        Initiative reported that an invalid and nonsensical ordering of
        table-related tags can be exploited to execute arbitrary code.
        A particular sequence of HTML tags can cause memory corruption
        that can be exploited to exectute arbitary code.  [MFSA-2006-18]
        Georgi Guninski reported two variants of using scripts in an XBL
        control to gain chrome privileges when the page is viewed under
        "Print Preview".under "Print Preview".  [MFSA-2006-25]
        "shutdown" discovered that the crypto.generateCRMFRequest method
        can be used to run arbitrary code with the privilege of the user
        running the browser, which could enable an attacker to install
        malware.  [MFSA-2006-24]
        Claus J�rgensen reported that a text input box can be pre-filled
        with a filename and then turned into a file-upload control,
        allowing a malicious website to steal any local file whose name
        they can guess.  [MFSA-2006-23]
        An anonymous researcher for TippingPoint and the Zero Day
        Initiative discovered an integer overflow triggered by the CSS
        letter-spacing property, which could be exploited to execute
        arbitrary code.  [MFSA-2006-22]
        "moz_bug_r_a4" discovered that some internal functions return
        prototypes instead of objects, which allows remote attackers to
        conduct cross-site scripting attacks.  [MFSA-2006-19]
        "shutdown" discovered that it is possible to bypass same-origin
        protections, allowing a malicious site to inject script into
        content from another site, which could allow the malicious page to
        steal information such as cookies or passwords from the other
        site, or perform transactions on the user's behalf if the user
        were already logged in.  [MFSA-2006-17]
        "moz_bug_r_a4" discovered that the compilation scope of privileged
        built-in XBL bindings is not fully protected from web content and
        can still be executed which could be used to execute arbitrary
        JavaScript, which could allow an attacker to install malware such
        as viruses and password sniffers.  [MFSA-2006-16]
        "shutdown" discovered that it is possible to access an internal
        function object which could then be used to run arbitrary
        JavaScriptcode with full permissions of the user running the
        browser, which could be used to install spyware or viruses.
        It is possible to create JavaScript functions that would get
        compiled with the wrong privileges, allowing an attacker to run
        code of their choice with full permissions of the user running the
        browser, which could be used to install spyware or viruses.
        It is possible to trick users into downloading and saving an
        executable file via an image that is overlaid by a transparent
        image link that points to the executable.  [MFSA-2006-13]
        An integer overflow allows remote attackers to cause a denial of
        service and possibly execute arbitrary bytecode via JavaScript
        with a large regular expression.  [MFSA-2006-11]
        An unspecified vulnerability allows remote attackers to cause a
        denial of service.  [MFSA-2006-11]
        Certain Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) can cause an out-of-bounds
        array write and buffer overflow that could lead to a denial of
        service and the possible execution of arbitrary code.  [MFSA-2006-11]
        It is possible for remote attackers to spoof secure site
        indicators such as the locked icon by opening the trusted site in
        a popup window, then changing the location to a malicious site.
        "shutdown" discovered that it is possible to inject arbitrary
        JavaScript code into a page on another site using a modal alert to
        suspend an event handler while a new page is being loaded.  This
        could be used to steal confidential information.  [MFSA-2006-09]
        Igor Bukanov discovered that the JavaScript engine does not
        properly handle temporary variables, which might allow remote
        attackers to trigger operations on freed memory and cause memory
        corruption, causing memory corruption.  [MFSA-2006-10]
        A regression fix that could lead to memory corruption allows
        remote attackers to cause a denial of service and possibly execute
        arbitrary code.  [MFSA-2006-11]
    For the stable distribution (sarge) these problems have been fixed in
    version 1.0.4-2sarge6.
    For the unstable distribution (sid) these problems have been fixed in
    version 1.5.dfsg+
    We recommend that you upgrade your Mozilla Firefox packages.
    Upgrade Instructions
    - --------------------
    wget url
            will fetch the file for you
    dpkg -i file.deb
            will install the referenced file.
    If you are using the apt-get package manager, use the line for
    sources.list as given below:
    apt-get update
            will update the internal database
    apt-get upgrade
            will install corrected packages
    You may use an automated update by adding the resources from the
    footer to the proper configuration.
    Debian GNU/Linux 3.1 alias sarge
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      These files will probably be moved into the stable distribution on
      its next update.
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