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DescriptionThis update for MozillaFirefox to ESR 60.2.2 fixes several issues.
These general changes are part of the version 60 release.
New browser engine with speed improvements
Redesigned graphical user interface elements
Unified address and search bar for new installations
New tab page listing top visited, recently visited and recommended
Support for configuration policies in enterprise deployments via JSON
Support for Web Authentication, allowing the use of USB tokens for
authentication to websites
The following changes affect compatibility: Now exclusively supports
extensions built using the WebExtension API.
Unsupported legacy extensions will no longer work in Firefox 60 ESR
TLS certificates issued by Symantec before June 1st, 2016 are no
longer trusted The 'security.pki.distrust_ca_policy' preference can be
set to 0 to reinstate trust in those certificates
The following issues affect performance: new format for storing
private keys, certificates and certificate trust If the user home or
data directory is on a network file system, it is recommended that
users set the following environment variable to avoid slowdowns:
NSS_SDB_USE_CACHE=yes This setting is not recommended for local, fast
These security issues were fixed: CVE-2018-12381: Dragging and
dropping Outlook email message results in page navigation
CVE-2017-16541: Proxy bypass using automount and autofs (bsc#1107343).
CVE-2018-12376: Various memory safety bugs (bsc#1107343).
CVE-2018-12377: Use-after-free in refresh driver timers (bsc#1107343).
CVE-2018-12378: Use-after-free in IndexedDB (bsc#1107343).
CVE-2018-12379: Out-of-bounds write with malicious MAR file
CVE-2018-12387: Array.prototype.push stack pointer vulnerability may
enable exploits in the sandboxed content process (bsc#1110507)
CVE-2018-12385: Crash in TransportSecurityInfo due to cached data
CVE-2018-12383: Setting a master password did not delete unencrypted
previously stored passwords (bsc#1107343)
This update for mozilla-nspr to version 4.19 fixes the follwing issues
Added TCP Fast Open functionality
A socket without PR_NSPR_IO_LAYER will no longer trigger an assertion
This update for mozilla-nss to version 3.36.4 fixes the follwing
issues Connecting to a server that was recently upgraded to TLS 1.3
would result in a SSL_RX_MALFORMED_SERVER_HELLO error.
Fix a rare bug with PKCS#12 files.
Replaces existing vectorized ChaCha20 code with verified HACL*
TLS 1.3 support has been updated to draft -23.
Added formally verified implementations of non-vectorized Chacha20 and
non-vectorized Poly1305 64-bit.
The following CA certificates were Removed: OU = Security
Communication EV RootCA1 CN = CA Disig Root R1 CN = DST ACES CA X6
Certum CA, O=Unizeto Sp. z o.o. StartCom Certification Authority
StartCom Certification Authority G2
KÃƒÂ¶k Sertifika Hizmet
ACEDICOM Root Certinomis - AutoritÃƒÂ© Racine
TÃƒÂœRKTRUST Elektronik Sertifika Hizmet
„Â±sÃ„Â± PSCProcert CA
O=WoSign CA Limited Certification Authority of WoSign Certification
Authority of WoSign G2 CA WoSign ECC Root Subject CN = VeriSign Class
3 Secure Server CA - G2 O = Japanese Government, OU = ApplicationCA CN
= WellsSecure Public Root Certificate Authority CN =
TÃƒÂœRKTRUST Elektronik Sertifika Hizmet
„Â±sÃ„Â± H6 CN = Microsec
The following CA certificates were Removed: AddTrust Public CA Root
AddTrust Qualified CA Root China Internet Network Information Center
EV Certificates Root CNNIC ROOT ComSign Secured CA GeoTrust Global CA
2 Secure Certificate Services Swisscom Root CA 1 Swisscom Root EV CA 2
Trusted Certificate Services UTN-USERFirst-Hardware
The following CA certificates were Added CN = D-TRUST Root CA 3 2013
CN = TUBITAK Kamu SM SSL Kok Sertifikasi - Surum 1 GDCA TrustAUTH R5
ROOT SSL.com Root Certification Authority RSA SSL.com Root
Certification Authority ECC SSL.com EV Root Certification Authority
RSA R2 SSL.com EV Root Certification Authority ECC TrustCor RootCert
CA-1 TrustCor RootCert CA-2 TrustCor ECA-1
The Websites (TLS/SSL) trust bit was turned off for the following CA
certificates: CN = Chambers of Commerce Root CN = Global Chambersign
TLS servers are able to handle a ClientHello statelessly, if the
client supports TLS 1.3. If the server sends a HelloRetryRequest, it
is possible to discard the server socket, and make a new socket to
handle any subsequent ClientHello. This better enables stateless
server operation. (This feature is added in support of QUIC, but it
also has utility for DTLS 1.3 servers.)
Due to the update of mozilla-nss apache2-mod_nss needs to be updated
to change to the SQLite certificate database, which is now the default
Note that Tenable Network Security has extracted the preceding
description block directly from the SUSE security advisory. Tenable
has attempted to automatically clean and format it as much as possible
without introducing additional issues.
SolutionTo install this SUSE Security Update use the SUSE recommended
installation methods like YaST online_update or 'zypper patch'.
Alternatively you can run the command listed for your product :
SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 12-SP4:zypper in -t
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12-SP4:zypper in -t patch
SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 12-SP4:zypper in -t patch