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Mozilla Firefox < 21.0 Multiple Vulnerabilities



The remote host has a web browser installed that is vulnerable to multiple attack vectors.


Versions of Firefox prior to 21.0 are potentially affected by the following security issues :

- An outdated MozillaMaintenance Service registry entry can trigger a trusted path privilege escalation (CVE-2013-1673) - An unspecified arbitrary code execution vulnerability within update service (CVE-2012-1942) - An arbitrary code execution vulnerability in Mozilla Maintenance Service with junctions (CVE-2013-1672) - Multiple memory corruption vulnerabilities exist that can lead to code execution (CVE-2013-0801, CVE-2013-1669) - The Chrome Object Wrapper (COW) does not prevent acquisition of chrome privileges during calls to content level constructors, which allows remote attackers to bypass certain read-only restrictions and conduct cross-site scripting (CVE-2013-1670) - File input control can disclose full path information, leading to information leakage that can be used for further attacks (CVE-2013-1671) - Some DOMSVGZoomEvent functions are used without being properly initialized, which can lead to information leakage in certain cases. (CVE-2013-1675) - A series of use-after-free, out of bounds read, and invalid write problems can be exploited for remote code execution (CVE-2013-1674, CVE-2013-1676, CVE-2013-1677, CVE-2013-1678, CVE-2013-1679, CVE-2013-1680, CVE-2013-1681)


Upgrade to Firefox 21.0 or later.