Mozilla released Firefox 18 that fixes several security and stability issues.
Included in the update are twelve critical, seven high and one moderate security update.
Fixed in Firefox 18:
- MFSA 2013-20 Mis-issued TURKTRUST certificates
- MFSA 2013-18 Use-after-free in Vibrate
- MFSA 2013-17 Use-after-free in ListenerManager
- MFSA 2013-16 Use-after-free in serializeToStream
- MFSA 2013-15 Privilege escalation through plugin objects
- MFSA 2013-14 Chrome Object Wrapper (COW) bypass through changing prototype
- MFSA 2013-13 Memory corruption in XBL with XML bindings containing SVG
- MFSA 2013-11 Address space layout leaked in XBL objects
- MFSA 2013-10 Event manipulation in plugin handler to bypass same-origin policy
- MFSA 2013-09 Compartment mismatch with quickstubs returned values
- MFSA 2013-08 AutoWrapperChanger fails to keep objects alive during garbage collection
- MFSA 2013-07 Crash due to handling of SSL on threads
- MFSA 2013-06 Touch events are shared across iframes
- MFSA 2013-05 Use-after-free when displaying table with many columns and column groups
- MFSA 2013-04 URL spoofing in addressbar during page loads
- MFSA 2013-03 Buffer Overflow in Canvas
- MFSA 2013-02 Use-after-free and buffer overflow issues found using Address Sanitizer
- MFSA 2013-01 Miscellaneous memory safety hazards (rv:18.0/ rv:10.0.12 / rv:17.0.2)
- MFSA 2012-98 Firefox installer DLL hijacking.