Mozilla blog disclosed this for users alertness.Browsers should also be strict for grounding the vulnerability .Thank you for the article from gsmarena.com.
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I have an account for Bugzilla but received no information mail yet. Guess Mozilla doesn't care much about its users.
uzishanus, 05 Sep 2015Still a better browser than others. Side note: is that hacker dumb? I mean really now... Why w... moreChances are he isn't dumb. He wouldn't be a hacker if he was. We don't even know what his true intentions was.
Anonymous, 05 Sep 2015Glad I never use Mozilla.It's not about Mozilla, it's about Bugzilla - issue tracking system.
"stolen information to exploit the vulnerability"
So basically saying some of admins lost his password?
And still, if you can't say no to Mozille Firefox, have a look at Comodo IceDragon alternative.
"Comodo IceDragon is a fast and versatile Internet browser based on Mozilla Firefox which features several security, performance and feature enhancements over the core build. Fully compatible with Firefox plug-ins and extensions, IceDragon combines the freedom and functionality of Firefox with the unparalleled security and privacy of Comodo."
I use IceDragon and I find it very user friendly, light and with a plus of security. Something more mature that it's brother Firefox.
Still a better browser than others. Side note: is that hacker dumb? I mean really now... Why would you hack and steal patched vulnerabilities?
Opera is superior to all other browsers because of its Advanced Keyboard Shortcuts.