Firefox Zero-Day Vulnerability

If you use Mozilla Firefox it is imperative that you make sure your browser is on version 67.0.3 or ESR 60.7.1! The vulnerability was found by Google’s Project Zero security team, and they describe the vulnerability as: “A type confusion vulnerability [that] can occur when manipulating JavaScript objects due to issues in Array.pop. This can allow for an exploitable crash.”

How to Update Firefox

If you are unsure of how to check to make sure your Firefox browser is up to date, or how to update it, fear not! We have provided a step by step guide below that will allow you to easily navigate through the browser’s settings!

Step 1

Click on the in the upper right-hand corner of the browser window.

Step 2

Once the drop down menu is open, click on “options”.

Step 3

Scroll down until you find “Firefox Updates”.

1. Make sure your browser is on the latest version!

2. If it is not click on “Check for updates” on the right-hand side of the browser window.

3. Make sure your you check off “Automatically install updates (recommended)” to ensure your browser always stays up to date and safe!

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