Firefox Quantum is a great browser, but it has a security flaw.
A Cisco report published Tuesday and spotted by The Hacker News revealed a Mozilla Firefox vulnerability that could allow hackers to remotely mess with users' computers.
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Due to "insufficient sanitization of HMTL fragments in chrome-privileged documents," hackers could execute malicious code in users' systems by persuading the user to open a link or file.
Tech companies are scrambling to fix security flaws in chips that power computers and smartphones, making them vulnerable to hackers. CBS News correspondent John Blackstone explains how users can protect themselves.
Firefox users were targeted via a browser exploit that was patched last month, after a hacker broke into Mozilla’s bug-tracking system ‘Bugzilla’ to steal data about potential weaknesses. Mozilla says that the hacker managed to acce...
Exploit could allow hackers to run code thanks to "insufficient sanitization" of HTML fragments.
Malicious hackers are infecting unsuspecting users’ computers with code that commandeers the devices for cryptocurrency mining. Cisco Talos, a threat intelligence group owned by networking giant Cisco, issued a report today that doc...