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.
#7 And one more thing:
Saturday July 10th, 2004 1:15 AM
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If Mozilla Org wants to get ready for the flood of FF 1.0 users, they should announce security fixes that garner wide public review on <http://www.mozilla.org> main page, or at least on Support's main page. I spent 5 minutes looking for it, pretending to be Joe The User who just wanted to know if his FF browser is vulnerable, and could not find any reference to it. The Release Notes under the FF0.91/0.92 heading on the home page only refer to 0.9 great features...