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Mozilla fixes risky Firefox flaw
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I am not a Firefox user, but this was on Cnet this morning so I thought you folks should know about this.

From http://news.com.com/Mozilla+fixes+risky+Firefox+fla
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"e-The Mozilla Foundation issued a patch for a major security flaw in its Firefox browser on Wednesday and advised people to update their software.

The problem is caused by a buffer overflow in legacy Netscape code still included in the browser for animating GIF images, Chris Hofmann, director of engineering for Mozilla, said. Similar memory problems have affected Mozilla's browsers and Microsoft's Internet Explorer in the past. A malicious attacker could exploit them by creating carefully crafted image files that, when viewed by a victim in a browser, execute a program and compromise the system.

The flaw was discovered by Internet Security Systems, a network protection company, and patched before the public learned of the issue, Hofmann said.

"We are staying ahead and being proactive in fixing the code," he said. "The deciding factor, in this case, was the potential for this: It's a little easier for hackers to turn it into an exploit that could be dangerous."

The Mozilla Foundation released version 1.02 of Firefox on Wednesday to fix the problem and asked that all users to download and apply the patch.

Recently published data has prompted questions about the security of Firefox. Security technology provider Symantec said in this week's Internet Threat Report that during the second half of last year, 21 vulnerabilities affected Mozilla browsers and 13 flaws affected Internet Explorer.

However, only seven of the flaws in Firefox were considered "highly severe," compared with nine in Internet Explorer.

Mozilla's Hofmann pointed to the data as a positive indication that the developers were doing a good job of securing the Firefox code.

"As the data shows, the flaws are of lesser severity," he said. "The kinds of things the Microsoft's browser is vulnerable to is much more worrisome."

On Tuesday, Mozilla president Mitchell Baker predicted that Firefox won't suffer nearly as many security flaws as Internet Explorer and that the increasing popularity of the open-source browser won't change that.

"Microsoft has a proven track record with Internet Explorer," Microsoft said in statement. "We continue to make significant investments in Internet Explorer, including Windows XP Service Pack 2, which features a much stronger security infrastructure to help thwart malware attacks, block suspicious content and eliminate many common spoofing attempts. In addition, Internet Explorer 7 will be a major upgrade that will focus on security."

Mozilla is currently reviewing the roughly 2 million lines of code that makes up the Firefox browser to find similar vulnerabilities to those patched Wednesday. Last August, the organization offered a bounty to anyone who finds significant flaws in the software. The developers are looking with particular intensity at the legacy code that remains in the browser.

"Most of the things that we are looking at and fixing are potential exploits that no one has figured out how to exploit yet," Hofmann said. -quote&

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3/24/05, 9:25am
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It is like I always said... the only reason Internet Explorer got hit so hard is because it was popular. As Firefox is taking over as the latest browser du jour, this was expected.

Thanks for the heads up.

What frustrates me is that the Firefox site does not have a patch, I am downloading the whole thing all over again. (v 1.0.2).

FYI for those who don't know: You can check your firefox version by clicking Help at the top of the broswer and then "About Firefox."

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3/24/05, 1:16pm
>I am not a Firefox user, but this was on Cnet this morning so
>I thought you folks should know about this.

I'm almost obsessive when it comes to updating Firefox. There's an icon in the upper right corner next to the throbber (that's the thing that becomes animated when a page is loading). Click on it and it checks to see if any updates are available for Firefox, all of your extensions and themes, then installs everything for you. I do that every day or two.

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3/24/05, 1:17pm
>What frustrates me is that the Firefox site does not have a
>patch, I am downloading the whole thing all over again. (v
>1.0.2).

The last update to 1.0.1 did that, too. You'd think they could make it patchable instead of having to grab it all again.

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>I'm almost obsessive when it comes to updating Firefox.
>There's an icon in the upper right corner next to the throbber
>(that's the thing that becomes animated when a page is
>loading). Click on it and it checks to see if any updates are
>available for Firefox, all of your extensions and themes, then
>installs everything for you. I do that every day or two.

Must be a configuration thing. I clicked it and it just sent me to the firefox homepage.

Great idea, though... when I can figure it out.

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3/25/05, 6:52pm
>Must be a configuration thing. I clicked it and it just sent
>me to the firefox homepage.

No, you clicked on the throbber. I'm talking about the icon next to it that looks like puzzle pieces:

You can also start the auto-update from the options menu. Tools->Options->Advanced->Software Update->Check Now

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>It is like I always said... the only reason Internet Explorer
>got hit so hard is because it was popular. As Firefox is
>taking over as the latest browser du jour, this was expected.
>
>Thanks for the heads up.
>
>What frustrates me is that the Firefox site does not have a
>patch, I am downloading the whole thing all over again. (v
>1.0.2).
>
>FYI for those who don't know: You can check your firefox
>version by clicking Help at the top of the broswer and then
>"About Firefox."


Oh good....I thought maybe my blondness just couldn't find the patch so I downloaded the whole thing as well.

Thanks BB......

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3/25/05, 7:27pm
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>>I am not a Firefox user, but this was on Cnet this morning
>so
>>I thought you folks should know about this.
>
>I'm almost obsessive when it comes to updating Firefox.
>There's an icon in the upper right corner next to the throbber
>(that's the thing that becomes animated when a page is
>loading). Click on it and it checks to see if any updates are
>available for Firefox, all of your extensions and themes, then
>installs everything for you. I do that every day or two.


Throbber? Okey dokey....I found my throbber with the little red arrow next to it. Hey thats neat. Thanks Thomas.....

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3/25/05, 7:29pm
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>>Must be a configuration thing. I clicked it and it just
>sent
>>me to the firefox homepage.
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>No, you clicked on the throbber. I'm talking about the icon
>next to it that looks like puzzle pieces:
>
>
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>You can also start the auto-update from the options menu.
>Tools->Options->Advanced->Software Update->Check Now


Wait.....I dont have anything that looks like puzzle pieces. How do I get that?

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>Throbber? Okey dokey....I found my throbber with the little
>red arrow next to it. Hey thats neat. Thanks Thomas.....

Your throbber has a little red arrow next to it???????????????? Hmmmmmmm....Ok fine

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3/25/05, 8:05pm
>Throbber? Okey dokey....

I knew your mind would be in the gutter!

Honest. That's really what it's called...

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3/25/05, 8:06pm
>Wait.....I dont have anything that looks like puzzle pieces.
>How do I get that?

Aha. Now I know why Rob didn't know what I was talking about either. Apparently the Walnut theme I use adds that. It isn't in Firefox by default... I just switched to the normal theme and the puzzle pieces icon was gone.

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>>>I am not a Firefox user, but this was on Cnet this morning
>>so
>>>I thought you folks should know about this.
>>
>>I'm almost obsessive when it comes to updating Firefox.
>>There's an icon in the upper right corner next to the
>throbber
>>(that's the thing that becomes animated when a page is
>>loading). Click on it and it checks to see if any updates
>are
>>available for Firefox, all of your extensions and themes,
>then
>>installs everything for you. I do that every day or two.
>
>
>Throbber? Okey dokey....I found my throbber with the little
>red arrow next to it. Hey thats neat. Thanks Thomas.....

I use Opera so ....I don't HAVE a throbber!

(Think anyone will notice?)

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>>Throbber? Okey dokey....I found my throbber with the little
>>red arrow next to it. Hey thats neat. Thanks Thomas.....
>
>Your throbber has a little red arrow next to
>it???????????????? Hmmmmmmm....Ok fine


I told you I was into tattoos...right? LOL

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3/26/05, 6:23am
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>>Throbber? Okey dokey....
>
>I knew your mind would be in the gutter!
>
>Honest. That's really what it's called...


Strange thing was I knew instantly what you meant. Good name for it...um that button in the upper right hand corner.

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>>Wait.....I dont have anything that looks like puzzle pieces.
>>How do I get that?
>
>Aha. Now I know why Rob didn't know what I was talking about
>either. Apparently the Walnut theme I use adds that. It isn't
>in Firefox by default... I just switched to the normal theme
>and the puzzle pieces icon was gone.
>

I had a red arrow there but once I clicked on it it hasnt returned. How do I find my throbber without a pointer?

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>I use Opera so ....I don't HAVE a throbber!
>
>(Think anyone will notice?)
>
Oh yes you do! Everybodys got a throbber BB. Some just haven't found it yet.

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3/26/05, 9:38am
>I had a red arrow there but once I clicked on it it hasnt
>returned. How do I find my throbber without a pointer?

Sometimes I'll see the puzzle pieces turn red to let me know there's an update available. I don't know if that's the same thing as that arrow you saw.

If you really want the update icon, I guess you'll have to install and use the Walnut theme. That's apparently where I got it from.

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>>>Throbber? Okey dokey....I found my throbber with the little
>>>red arrow next to it. Hey thats neat. Thanks Thomas.....
>>
>>Your throbber has a little red arrow next to
>>it???????????????? Hmmmmmmm....Ok fine
>
>
>I told you I was into tattoos...right? LOL

THUD!!!!!!! Lol!!!!!!

I would not get a tattoo on my throbber!!!!

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>>I had a red arrow there but once I clicked on it it hasnt
>>returned. How do I find my throbber without a pointer?
>
>Sometimes I'll see the puzzle pieces turn red to let me know
>there's an update available. I don't know if that's the same
>thing as that arrow you saw.
>
>If you really want the update icon, I guess you'll have to
>install and use the Walnut theme. That's apparently where I
>got it from.
>

Ive not futzed with the themes at all...May have to do that.

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3/27/05, 5:39am
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>>I had a red arrow there but once I clicked on it it hasnt
>>returned. How do I find my throbber without a pointer?
>
>Sometimes I'll see the puzzle pieces turn red to let me know
>there's an update available. I don't know if that's the same
>thing as that arrow you saw.
>
>If you really want the update icon, I guess you'll have to
>install and use the Walnut theme. That's apparently where I
>got it from.
>

Oh man, now I REALLY feel left out! I don't have a throbber and I DON'T have any walnuts!! DAMM!!!

(I wonder if that will raise my voice?)


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3/27/05, 9:31am
>Oh man, now I REALLY feel left out! I don't have a throbber
>and I DON'T have any walnuts!! DAMM!!!

Well, you could always switch to Firefox...

(runs and hides)

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>Oh man, now I REALLY feel left out! I don't have a throbber
>and I DON'T have any walnuts!! DAMM!!!
>
>(I wonder if that will raise my voice?)

LOL!!!!!

Could you imagine someone coming in on the middle of THIS discussion!

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>Oh man, now I REALLY feel left out! I don't have a throbber
>and I DON'T have any walnuts!! DAMM!!!
>
>(I wonder if that will raise my voice?)
>
THUD!

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>>Oh man, now I REALLY feel left out! I don't have a throbber
>>and I DON'T have any walnuts!! DAMM!!!
>>
>>(I wonder if that will raise my voice?)
>
>LOL!!!!!
>
>Could you imagine someone coming in on the middle of THIS
>discussion!
>
>

At lunch today with some biker folks...I said...okay raise yer hand if you know what a throbber is. They all just started laughing for some unknown reason. LOL!

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>>>Oh man, now I REALLY feel left out! I don't have a throbber
>>>and I DON'T have any walnuts!! DAMM!!!
>>>
>>>(I wonder if that will raise my voice?)
>>
>>LOL!!!!!
>>
>>Could you imagine someone coming in on the middle of THIS
>>discussion!
>>
>>
>
>At lunch today with some biker folks...I said...okay raise yer
>hand if you know what a throbber is. They all just started
>laughing for some unknown reason. LOL!

Heh..If I were in that group, I might try to think of a motorcycle part that would be named that! Something the OCC (Orange County Choppers) guys might think of...a sort of "Throbber" theme bike......

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3/28/05, 7:47am (Last Edited: 3/28/05, 7:47am)
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>At lunch today with some biker folks...I said...okay raise
>yer
>hand if you know what a throbber is. They all just started
>laughing for some unknown reason. LOL!
>
>Heh..If I were in that group, I might try to think of a
>motorcycle part that would be named that! Something the OCC
>(Orange County Choppers) guys might think of...a sort of
>"Throbber" theme bike......
>
Some of the older Harleys we ride with literally throb. Its funny to watch their hands when they are at a stop light...You couldn't see through their rear view mirror cause its vibrating so much. And then you get some guy with his ape hangers...Can you imagine the shape his shoulders are in after a long ride?

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jessy jackson the person who said hes is a revrend? but he is a goat in sheeps clothing.
the only time he shows up when there is money to be made or just for look fokes i am here.

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>jessy jackson the person who said hes is a revrend? but he is
>a goat in sheeps clothing.
>the only time he shows up when there is money to be made or
>just for look fokes i am here.

Somebody replied to the wrong thread, methinx.

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