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SeaMonkey 2.10 Released, Closes Security Holes

H Security – (International) SeaMonkey 2.10 released, closes security holes. Mozilla’s SeaMonkey Project announced the release of version 2.10 of its open source “all-in-one Internet application suite.” The new version of SeaMonkey closes seven security holes, four of which are rated as critical. These include a buffer overflow and use-after-free issues, as well as a privilege escalation problem in the Mozilla Updater and various memory safety hazards. High impact information disclosure and Content Security Policy inline-script bypass bugs and moderate parsing errors were also fixed.

Source: http://www.h-online.com/security/news/item/SeaMonkey-2-10-released-closes-security-holes-1612610.html

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Ali Loney is a Senior UX Designer at Walmart Labs. She is based in Canada and was the former Graphic Designer at Sonatype.