The Mozilla Foundation has just released Firefox version 220.127.116.11 which resolves three critical vulnerabilities – but new issues have already reared their ugly heads.more »
The installation routine with Version 8 of Lotus Notes for Linux, which was released by IBM in September, leaves a whole bunch of files with read, write and executable permissions set for any user behind on the filesystem.more »
In the past, security bugs in the Xpdf PDF viewer have endangered Linux systems time and again, and projects that use Xpdf code are also affected.more »
The latest version of the Mozilla successor, Seamonkey, removes minor graphics bugs and includes security updates.more »
A vulnerability in the extended text editor GNU Emacs gives local attackers the ability to run arbitrary code.more »
The Mozilla Foundation has departed from its normal release cycle to fix several bugs and the remaining security holes in version 18.104.22.168 of the Firefox web browser.more »
Security researchers at Secunia have discovered a vulnerability in the Cups printing system.more »
The new stable version 1.4.6 of the Liferea newsfeed reader fixes several bugs including a vulnerability.more »
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