Firefox 28.0

Firefox v.28.0 was offered to release channel users on March 18, 2014.
(Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR) updates to 24.4.0)

FF28

Fixed in Firefox 28.0 [3]
MFSA 2014-32 Out-of-bounds write through TypedArrayObject after neutering
MFSA 2014-31 Out-of-bounds read/write through neutering ArrayBuffer objects
MFSA 2014-30 Use-after-free in TypeObject
MFSA 2014-29 Privilege escalation using WebIDL-implemented APIs
MFSA 2014-28 SVG filters information disclosure through feDisplacementMap
MFSA 2014-27 Memory corruption in Cairo during PDF font rendering
MFSA 2014-26 Information disclosure through polygon rendering in MathML
MFSA 2014-25 Firefox OS DeviceStorageFile object vulnerable to relative path escape
MFSA 2014-24 Android Crash Reporter open to manipulation
MFSA 2014-23 Content Security Policy for data: documents not preserved by session restore
MFSA 2014-22 WebGL content injection from one domain to rendering in another
MFSA 2014-21 Local file access via Open Link in new tab
MFSA 2014-20 onbeforeunload and Javascript navigation DOS
MFSA 2014-19 Spoofing attack on WebRTC permission prompt
MFSA 2014-18 crypto.generateCRMFRequest does not validate type of key
MFSA 2014-17 Out of bounds read during WAV file decoding
MFSA 2014-16 Files extracted during updates are not always read only
MFSA 2014-15 Miscellaneous memory safety hazards (rv:28.0 / rv:24.4)

Vulnerability ratings: 5 Critical, 3 High , 7 Moderate, 3 Low
Evaluation: That’s a whole load of fixes, test and update.

LINKS:
[1] Firefox features [Mozilla]
[2] Mozilla Firefox 28.0 Release Notes (2014-Mar-18) [Mozilla]
[3] Security Advisories for Firefox [Mozilla]
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