Date Id Summary Products Score Patch Annotated
2004-12-31 CVE-2004-2657 Mozilla Firefox, and possibly other versions, preserves some records of user activity even after uninstalling, which allows local users who share a Windows profile to view the records after a new installation of Firefox, as reported for the list of Passwords Never Saved web sites. NOTE: The vendor has disputed this issue, stating that "The uninstaller is primarily there to uninstall the application. It is not there to uninstall user data. For the moment I will stick by my... Firefox N/A
2006-03-19 CVE-2006-1273 Mozilla Firefox 1.0.7 and allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via an HTML tag with a large number of script action handlers such as onload and onmouseover, which triggers the crash when the user views the page source. NOTE: Red Hat has disputed this issue, suggesting that "It is likely the reporter was running the IE Tab extension," and Mozilla also confirmed that this is not an issue in Firefox itself Firefox N/A
2006-07-06 CVE-2006-3352 Cross-domain vulnerability in Mozilla Firefox allows remote attackers to access restricted information from other domains via an object tag with a data parameter that references a link on the attacker's originating site that specifies a Location HTTP header that references the target site, which then makes that content available through the outerHTML attribute of the object. NOTE: this description was based on a report that has since been retracted by the original authors. The authors... Firefox N/A
2006-10-05 CVE-2006-5160 Multiple unspecified vulnerabilities in Mozilla Firefox have unspecified vectors and impact, as claimed during ToorCon 2006. NOTE: the vendor and original researchers have released a follow-up comment disputing this issue, in which one researcher states that "I have no undisclosed Firefox vulnerabilities. The person who was speaking with me made this claim, and I honestly have no idea if he has them or not. Firefox N/A
2006-10-05 CVE-2006-5159 Stack-based buffer overflow in Mozilla Firefox allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via unspecified vectors involving JavaScript. NOTE: the vendor and original researchers have released a follow-up comment disputing the severity of this issue, in which the researcher states that "we mentioned that there was a previously known Firefox vulnerability that could result in a stack overflow ending up in remote code execution. However, the code we presented did not in fact do this...... Firefox N/A
2006-11-07 CVE-2006-5783 Firefox on Kubuntu Linux allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) via a long URL in an A tag. NOTE: this issue has been disputed by several vendors, who could not reproduce the report. In addition, the scope of the impact - system freeze - suggests an issue that is not related to Firefox. Due to this impact, CVE concurs with the dispute Firefox N/A
2007-07-10 CVE-2007-3657 Mozilla Firefox allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service by opening multiple tabs in a popup window. NOTE: this issue has been disputed by third party researchers, stating that "this does not crash on me, and I can't see a likely mechanism of action that would lead to a DoS condition. Firefox N/A
2024-01-23 CVE-2024-0743 An unchecked return value in TLS handshake code could have caused a potentially exploitable crash. This vulnerability affects Firefox < 122, Firefox ESR < 115.9, and Thunderbird < 115.9. Firefox 7.5
2023-09-28 CVE-2023-5217 Heap buffer overflow in vp8 encoding in libvpx in Google Chrome prior to 117.0.5938.132 and libvpx 1.13.1 allowed a remote attacker to potentially exploit heap corruption via a crafted HTML page. (Chromium security severity: High) Ipad_os, Iphone_os, Debian_linux, Fedora, Edge, Edge_chromium, Firefox, Firefox_esr, Firefox_focus, Thunderbird, Libvpx 8.8
2009-07-30 CVE-2009-2408 Mozilla Network Security Services (NSS) before 3.12.3, Firefox before 3.0.13, Thunderbird before, and SeaMonkey before 1.1.18 do not properly handle a '\0' character in a domain name in the subject's Common Name (CN) field of an X.509 certificate, which allows man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof arbitrary SSL servers via a crafted certificate issued by a legitimate Certification Authority. NOTE: this was originally reported for Firefox before 3.5. Ubuntu_linux, Debian_linux, Firefox, Network_security_services, Seamonkey, Thunderbird, Opensuse, Linux_enterprise, Linux_enterprise_server 5.9