From: hec...@mozilla.org (Frank Hecker)
Date: 2 May 2002 01:26:44 GMT
Local: Wed, May 1 2002 9:26 pm
Subject: Mozilla security vulnerability, and reporting Mozilla security bugs
Recently there have been public reports of a security vulnerability in
the Mozilla open source web browser and Internet client. Note that a fix
for that particular vulnerability has now been checked into the Mozilla
source tree, will be available in new Mozilla nightly builds, and will
be included in the Mozilla 1.0 release. For further details on the
vulnerability and the fix please see bug report 141061 in the Mozilla
project's bug database, as well as the related bugs 141348, 141453 and
141551 . On behalf of the Mozilla community we at mozilla.org thank
all the people who participated in discovering, reporting,
investigating, and fixing this bug.
We encourage people to report any and all bugs in Mozilla, including
* Anyone who believes they have found a Mozilla-related security
* We may keep information in the Mozilla bug database about the
* The reporter of the vulnerability is invited to work with Mozilla
* Once disclosed, information in the Mozilla bug database relating to
For more details, see the full policy document ; any questions about
Public reports about the recent Mozilla vulnerability have also
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