Mozilla has fixed 13 security flaws in the latest stable release of Firefox web browser, Mozilla Firefox 38, including 5 critical flaws, 5 high-risk bugs and 2 moderately rated vulnerabilities in Firefox 38.
List of important fixes included:
- Buffer overflow in the way the browser parses compressed XML.
- Includes a feature that enables the use of DRM-enabled (Digital Rights Management-enabled) video content in Firefox.
- Includes integration with Adobe Content Decryption Module (CDM), allowing users to play DRM-wrapped content in HTML5 video tag.
- The designed sandbox that encompasses CDM, restricting interaction with sensitive parts of the system and the browser.
- Also offering a version of Firefox 38 that doesn’t include CDM component from the browser.
Security Advisories for Firefox
DRM and the Challenge of Serving Users