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tdsan
Member Since: October 12, 2016
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Comment: Interesting article - tdsan - 5/12/2020
Comment: Interesting article - tdsan - 5/11/2020
Comment: Good list - tdsan - 5/11/2020
Comment: You hit it right on - tdsan - 4/30/2020
Comment: Wow, more breaches - tdsan - 4/30/2020
Comment: Again, let everyone see - tdsan - 4/23/2020
Comment: Centralized brain - tdsan - 4/23/2020
Comment: Interesting post - tdsan - 4/16/2020
Comment: Business Model - tdsan - 4/2/2020
Comment: Re: SaaS - tdsan - 3/31/2020
Comment: This is good news - tdsan - 3/26/2020
Comment: Re: Why not Centreon?! - tdsan - 1/9/2020
Comment: Good Article - tdsan - 10/10/2019
Comment: Re: What am I missing? - tdsan - 9/30/2019
Comment: Re: adversarial attacks - tdsan - 9/25/2019
Comment: Depreciated data - tdsan - 9/25/2019
Comment: Interesting - tdsan - 9/12/2019
Comment: Re: Rationale - tdsan - 9/12/2019
Comment: It goes both ways - tdsan - 9/5/2019
Comment: Re: Cyber Defenses - tdsan - 8/30/2019
Comment: Re: More of the same - tdsan - 8/29/2019
Comment: Re: More of the same - tdsan - 8/28/2019
Comment: Re: Some people - tdsan - 8/27/2019
Comment: Re: Good catch - tdsan - 8/27/2019
Comment: Excellent write up - tdsan - 8/25/2019
Comment: Go beyond the surface - tdsan - 8/25/2019
Comment: mimic production - tdsan - 8/25/2019
Comment: Oh well, no big deal - tdsan - 8/16/2019
Comment: FBI Software - tdsan - 8/12/2019
Comment: This is a good purchase - tdsan - 8/10/2019


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PUBLISHED: 2020-05-26
Mozilla developers and community members reported memory safety bugs present in Firefox 75 and Firefox ESR 68.7. Some of these bugs showed evidence of memory corruption and we presume that with enough effort some of these could have been exploited to run arbitrary code. This vulnerability affects Fi...
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