Timeline of Mozilla shell: Security Vulnerability
Friday July 9th, 2004
Adam Sacarny writes: "I have created a timeline of the latest security bug. It shows how quickly the Mozilla developers handled the problem, tracking from the first mention in Bugzilla to the last CVS commit to the webpage. Readers get a peak into how development works over at mozilla.org, in particular into how security issues get resolved."
We reported on the
Update: Adam, author of the timeline, has written a followup post with further commentary on the bug and its fix.
#10 Why does this kind of functionality exist ....
Saturday July 10th, 2004 4:55 AM
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Why does this kind of functionality exist in Mozilla in the first place?
Toooo much integration with the OS is what has caused/is causing a lot of problems with IE. So why are the Mozilla developers doing the same with Mozilla?
This makes me wonder now what other protocol handlers are implicitly enabled and coded into Mozilla which can cause headaches.