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Summary A vulnerability in Mozilla Firefox has been found to not show an executable file warning when downloading .atloc and .ftploc files, which can run commands on a user’s computer. Credit Dohyun Lee, working for
Summary A vulnerability in the UMPD (User-Mode Printer Drivers) allows local users to trigger a use-after-free vulnerability. The vulnerability works from Windows 8 and above, and is fairly easy to exploit on older Windows machines.
A Type confusion vulnerability exists in the Apple Safari JSC Inspector. This issue causes Memory Corruption due to Type confusion. A victim must open an arbitrary generated HTML file to trigger this vulnerability.