Emergency!! Zero-day Flaw in FireFox Let Hackers Take Full Control of Your Computer – Update Your FireFox Now

Mozilla released a security update for Critical Zero-day vulnerability that fixed in a new version of Firefox 67.0.3 and Firefox ESR 60.7.

The critical vulnerability can be exploited by an attacker to run malicious code and to install the application on the vulnerable machine, without requiring no user interaction beyond normal browsing.

Cybercriminals are actively exploiting this Critical Zero-day vulnerability in wide and the attacker could exploit this vulnerability to take control of an affected system.

There are various exploit attempts identified, and the attackers targeting the unpatched old version of Firefox and exploit this critical zero-day vulnerability.

According to Mozilla Security Advisory, A type confusion vulnerability can occur when manipulating JavaScript objects due to issues in Array.pop. This can allow for an exploitable crash. We are aware of targeted attacks in the wild abusing this flaw.

This critical zero-day vulnerability originally reported to Mozilla by Samuel Groß, a member of Google Project Zero and Coinbase Security.

The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency also issued an alert urging users and system administrators to review Mozilla’s security advisor and update the system Firefox Immediately.

The Zero-day flaw tracked aCVE-2019-5786 and the users can install the new update via following links.

All the FireFox user urged to update the new version immediately to protect themselves from this zero-day exploit and keep your system safe and secure.

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