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    Security hole on Netscape and Mozilla.

    A bug on Netscape 6 and Mozilla allow resumely edited pages to gain access to loacal files. The security hole, that was discovered from GreyMagic, is exactly the same as a fixed bug of Internet Explorer and Opera.
    The security hole exist according to GreyMagic, all the versions of Netscape from 6.1 and greater and all versions of Mozilla from 0.9.7 and greater. GreyMagic has published the security hole a month ago and since now the two programmes (Mozilla and Netscape) haven't fixed that hole. Now, the only way to be protected somebody is to disable the Javascript.

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    Jan 2002
    thanks, nice post

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    Hi mom!
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    Aug 2001
    The mozilla team fixed this problem in release candidate 2 (Mozilla RC2). Look here for a Mozilla statement, and here for the latest public build of Mozilla.
    I wish to express my gratitude to the people of Italy. Thank you for inventing pizza.

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    Thanks, for the news.

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