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Mozilla Foundation Security Advisory 2006-32

Title: Fixes for crashes with potential memory corruption (rv:
Impact: Critical
Date: June 1, 2006
Reporter: Mozilla Developers
Products: Firefox, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey

Fixed in: Firefox
  SeaMonkey 1.0.2


Mozilla team members discovered several crashes during testing of the browser engine showing evidence of memory corruption that we presume is exploitable.

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Removing nested <option>s from a select (Jesse Ruderman)

Crashes during DOMNodeRemoved mutation event

Content-implemented tree views can corrupt memory (Boris Zbarsky)

Memory corruption involving BoxObjects (Boris Zbarsky, Neil Rashbrook, Georgi Guninski)

XBL implementation doesn't root temporaries correctly (L. David Baron)

crash with iframe removing itself (Georgi Guninski)

potential integer overflow in jsstr tagify (Georgi Guninski)