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Critical Vulnerability with Mozilla Thunderbird Being Exploited

By April 5, 2019July 21st, 2022No Comments
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Critical Vulnerability with Mozilla Thunderbird Being Exploited

According to a security report issued by Mozilla, the company has patched multiple vulnerabilities in Thunderbird.
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A rare vulnerability for openSUSE has been released to resolve 13 vulnerabilities with Mozilla Thunderbird. These vulnerabilities can be potentially exploited in browser or browser-like contexts. Ratings of Critical are indicative of an active exploit or when exploitation is likely in the very near future.

The following versions of SUSE are impacted:

  • SUSE Linux Enterprise 12

Use Syxsense to see if you are vulnerable—just search within Patch Manager for the following updates and if any of these are detected we would recommend these are deployed urgently:

  • MozillaThunderbird-60.6.1-82.1
  • MozillaThunderbird-buildsymbols-60.6.1-82.1
  • MozillaThunderbird-translations-common-60.6.1-82.1
  • MozillaThunderbird-translations-other-60.6.1-82.1
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