Flaws in Mozilla's Handling of Security Certificates Discovered and Fixed
Tuesday July 27th, 2004
CNET News.com is reporting that two new flaws in the way Mozilla handles security certificates have been discovered. The more serious vulnerability allows a site to appear to have a security certificate when it does not (bug 253121). The other hole makes it possible for an attacker to overwrite the root certificate authority certificates, causing an error message to appear whenever the user tries to access a (genuine) secure site (bug 249004). Both bugs have now been fixed, but updated end-user releases of Mozilla products are not yet available.
#3 Re: Binary Patches?
by CNeb96 <email@example.com>
Tuesday July 27th, 2004 9:01 PM
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Iím sorry for the poor grammar. I'll re-ask the questions.
Are there plans for Mozilla.org to start creating and distributing binary patches? Will they be pushed through Firefox's update feature?