Likely 2.40 is affected. There will always be 0 day bugs and even a fully patched Firefox will contain some. That is why I use Noscript and an Adblocker. If a site wants that I turn off the Adblocker its a site I will no longer visit. Even with Noscript there is a risk that a whitelisted site is hijacked but you can't protect against anything.


Ray_Net wrote:
WaltS48 wrote on 30-11-16 15:06:
There's a zero-day exploit in the wild that's being used to execute malicious code on the computers of people using Tor and possibly other users of the Firefox browser, officials of the anonymity service confirmed Tuesday.

The versions span from 41 to 50, with version 45 ESR being the version used by the latest version of the Tor browser.


Is a fix for SeaMonkey needed?

Am I affected ?
User agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64; rv:43.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/43.0 SeaMonkey/2.40

Someone told us that to protect us, It's simple, just disable javascript ... BUT A lot of sites needs javascript otherwise, they simply never deliver the page you asked.
So what ?

Must I install ?

      Released August 8, 2016 564.6 kB Works with Firefox 13.0 and
      later, Mobile 1.0 - 2.0a1pre, SeaMonkey 2.10 and later

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