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SUSE SLES15 Security Update : MozillaFirefox (SUSE-SU-2022:3272-1)

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The remote SUSE Linux SLES15 host has packages installed that are affected by multiple vulnerabilities as referenced in the SUSE-SU-2022:3272-1 advisory. - If an object prototype was corrupted by an attacker, they would have been able to set undesired attributes on a JavaScript object, leading to privileged code execution. (CVE-2022-2200) - Mozilla developers and the Mozilla Fuzzing Team reported memory safety bugs present in Thunderbird 102. 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. (CVE-2022-2505) - An iframe that was not permitted to run scripts could do so if the user clicked on a <code>javascript:</code> link. (CVE-2022-34468) - When a TLS Certificate error occurs on a domain protected by the HSTS header, the browser should not allow the user to bypass the certificate error. On Firefox for Android, the user was presented with the option to bypass the error; this could only have been done by the user explicitly. This bug only affects Firefox for Android. Other operating systems are unaffected. (CVE-2022-34469) - Session history navigations may have led to a use-after-free and potentially exploitable crash. (CVE-2022-34470) - When downloading an update for an addon, the downloaded addon update's version was not verified to match the version selected from the manifest. If the manifest had been tampered with on the server, an attacker could trick the browser into downgrading the addon to a prior version. (CVE-2022-34471) - If there was a PAC URL set and the server that hosts the PAC was not reachable, OCSP requests would have been blocked, resulting in incorrect error pages being shown. (CVE-2022-34472) - The HTML Sanitizer should have sanitized the <code>href</code> attribute of SVG <code><use></code> tags; however it incorrectly did not sanitize <code>xlink:href</code> attributes. (CVE-2022-34473) - Even when an iframe was sandboxed with <code>allow-top-navigation-by-user-activation</code>, if it received a redirect header to an external protocol the browser would process the redirect and prompt the user as appropriate. (CVE-2022-34474) - SVG <code><use></code> tags that referenced a same-origin document could have resulted in script execution if attacker input was sanitized via the HTML Sanitizer API. This would have required the attacker to reference a same-origin JavaScript file containing the script to be executed. (CVE-2022-34475) - ASN.1 parsing of an indefinite SEQUENCE inside an indefinite GROUP could have resulted in the parser accepting malformed ASN.1. (CVE-2022-34476) - The MediaError message property should be consistent to avoid leaking information about cross-origin resources; however for a same-site cross-origin resource, the message could have leaked information enabling XS-Leaks attacks. (CVE-2022-34477) - The <code>ms-msdt</code>, <code>search</code>, and <code>search-ms</code> protocols deliver content to Microsoft applications, bypassing the browser, when a user accepts a prompt. These applications have had known vulnerabilities, exploited in the wild (although we know of none exploited through Firefox), so in this release Firefox has blocked these protocols from prompting the user to open them. This bug only affects Firefox on Windows. Other operating systems are unaffected. (CVE-2022-34478) - A malicious website that could create a popup could have resized the popup to overlay the address bar with its own content, resulting in potential user confusion or spoofing attacks. This bug only affects Thunderbird for Linux. Other operating systems are unaffected. (CVE-2022-34479) - Within the <code>lginit()</code> function, if several allocations succeed but then one fails, an uninitialized pointer would have been freed despite never being allocated. (CVE-2022-34480) - In the <code>nsTArrayImpl::ReplaceElementsAt()</code> function, an integer overflow could have occurred when the number of elements to replace was too large for the container. (CVE-2022-34481) - An attacker who could have convinced a user to drag and drop an image to a filesystem could have manipulated the resulting filename to contain an executable extension, and by extension potentially tricked the user into executing malicious code. While very similar, this is a separate issue from CVE-2022-34483. (CVE-2022-34482) - An attacker who could have convinced a user to drag and drop an image to a filesystem could have manipulated the resulting filename to contain an executable extension, and by extension potentially tricked the user into executing malicious code. While very similar, this is a separate issue from CVE-2022-34482. (CVE-2022-34483) - The Mozilla Fuzzing Team reported potential vulnerabilities present in Firefox 101 and Firefox ESR 91.10. Some of these bugs showed evidence of JavaScript prototype or memory corruption and we presume that with enough effort some of these could have been exploited to run arbitrary code. (CVE-2022-34484) - Mozilla developers Bryce Seager van Dyk and the Mozilla Fuzzing Team reported potential vulnerabilities present in Firefox 101. 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. (CVE-2022-34485) - When opening a Windows shortcut from the local filesystem, an attacker could supply a remote path that would lead to unexpected network requests from the operating system. This bug only affects Thunderbird for Windows. Other operating systems are unaffected. (CVE-2022-36314) - When visiting directory listings for `chrome://` URLs as source text, some parameters were reflected. (CVE-2022-36318) - When combining CSS properties for overflow and transform, the mouse cursor could interact with different coordinates than displayed. (CVE-2022-36319) - An attacker could have abused XSLT error handling to associate attacker-controlled content with another origin which was displayed in the address bar. This could have been used to fool the user into submitting data intended for the spoofed origin. (CVE-2022-38472) - Mozilla: Cross-origin XSLT Documents would have inherited the parent's permissions (CVE-2022-38473) - A data race could occur in the <code>PK11ChangePW</code> function, potentially leading to a use-after-free vulnerability. In Thunderbird, this lock protected the data when a user changed their master password. (CVE-2022-38476) - Mozilla developer Nika Layzell and the Mozilla Fuzzing Team reported memory safety bugs present in Thunderbird 102.1. 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. (CVE-2022-38477) - Members the Mozilla Fuzzing Team reported memory safety bugs present in Thunderbird 102.1 and Thunderbird 91.12. 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. (CVE-2022-38478) Note that Nessus has not tested for these issues but has instead relied only on the application's self-reported version number.


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