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Apr 16 2003   Mozilla Browser Domain Change Security Context Flaw Lets Scripts in One Page Execute in the Security Context of Another Page
Nov 14 2002   Mozilla Browser Heap Overflow in Processing 'jar:' URIs Allows Remote Users to Execute Arbitrary Code on the Browser
Sep 11 2002   Mozilla Web Browser Privacy Leak May Disclose the Next Web URL You Visit to the Current Server
Aug 6 2002   Mozilla Web Browser Input Validation Flaw in FTP View Feature May Let Remote Users Conduct Cross-Site Scripting Attacks
Jul 30 2002   Mozilla Web Browser JavaScript 'Same Origin Policy' Flaw Allows Remote Users to Create Malicious JavaScript to Retrieve Web Data from a Victim's Internal Network
Jul 25 2002   Mozilla Web Browser Allows Javascript Code to Read and Modify Cookies from Other Domains
Jun 18 2002   Mozilla Mail Download Can Be Crashed By Remote Users Sending Malicious E-mail via POP3
Jun 11 2002   Mozilla Web Browser Bug in Processing Stylesheets May Let Remote Users Crash the Browser
May 29 2002   (Conectiva Issues Fix) Mozilla Browser XMLHTTP Redirect Bug Lets Remote Users View Files on a User's Computer
May 16 2002   (Red Hat Issues Fix) Mozilla Browser XMLHTTP Redirect Bug Lets Remote Users View Files on a User's Computer
May 4 2002   (Vendor Issues Fix) Re: Mozilla Browser XMLHTTP Redirect Bug Lets Remote Users View Files on a User's Computer
Apr 30 2002   Mozilla Browser XMLHTTP Redirect Bug Lets Remote Users View Files on a User's Computer
Jan 22 2002   Mozilla Web Browser Cookie Processing Bug May Let Remote Web Sites Steal a User's Cookies for Any Domain
Dec 22 2001   Mozilla Web Browser Can Be Crashed By Malicious Image Source Tag Javascript Supplied By Remote Users
Oct 20 2001   Mozilla Browser Will Return HTTP Cookies to an FTP Server at the Same Domain as the HTTP Server, Which Could Be a Different Domain if the HTTP Server is Hosting Virtual Domains


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