Firefox 36.0

Firefox v.36.0 was offered to release channel users on February 24, 2015.


Fixed in Firefox 36.0 [3]
2015-27 Caja Compiler JavaScript sandbox bypass
2015-26 UI Tour whitelisted sites in background tab can spoof foreground tabs
2015-25 Local files or privileged URLs in pages can be opened into new tabs
2015-24 Reading of local files through manipulation of form autocomplete
2015-23 Use-after-free in Developer Console date with OpenType Sanitiser
2015-22 Crash using DrawTarget in Cairo graphics library
2015-21 Buffer underflow during MP3 playback
2015-20 Buffer overflow during CSS restyling
2015-19 Out-of-bounds read and write while rendering SVG content
2015-18 Double-free when using non-default memory allocators with a zero-length XHR
2015-17 Buffer overflow in libstagefright during MP4 video playback
2015-16 Use-after-free in IndexedDB
2015-15 TLS TURN and STUN connections silently fail to simple TCP connections
2015-14 Malicious WebGL content crash when writing strings
2015-13 Appended period to hostnames can bypass HPKP and HSTS protections
2015-12 Invoking Mozilla updater will load locally stored DLL files
2015-11 Miscellaneous memory safety hazards (rv:36.0 / rv:31.5)

Support for the full HTTP/2 protocol

Vulnerability ratings: 3 Critical, 6 High, 6 Moderate, 2 Low
Evaluation: test and update when possible

[1] Firefox features [Mozilla]
[2] Mozilla Firefox 36.0 Release Notes (2015-Feb-24) [Mozilla]
[3] Security Advisories for Firefox [Mozilla]
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