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CESA-2007:0722: seamonkey security update

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CESA-2007:0722: seamonkey security update



Updated seamonkey packages that fix several security bugs are now available for CentOS Linux 2.1, 3, and 4. This update has been rated as having critical security impact by the Red Hat Security Response Team.

SeaMonkey is an open source Web browser, advanced email and newsgroup client, IRC chat client, and HTML editor. Several flaws were found in the way SeaMonkey processed certain malformed JavaScript code. A web page containing malicious JavaScript code could cause SeaMonkey to crash or potentially execute arbitrary code as the user running SeaMonkey. (CVE-2007-3734, CVE-2007-3735, CVE-2007-3737, CVE-2007-3738) Several content injection flaws were found in the way SeaMonkey handled certain JavaScript code. A web page containing malicious JavaScript code could inject arbitrary content into other web pages. (CVE-2007-3736, CVE-2007-3089) A flaw was found in the way SeaMonkey cached web pages on the local disk. A malicious web page may be able to inject arbitrary HTML into a browsing session if the user reloads a targeted site. (CVE-2007-3656) Users of SeaMonkey are advised to upgrade to these erratum packages, which contain backported patches that correct these issues.


  • centos-upgrade-seamonkey
  • centos-upgrade-seamonkey-chat
  • centos-upgrade-seamonkey-devel
  • centos-upgrade-seamonkey-dom-inspector
  • centos-upgrade-seamonkey-js-debugger
  • centos-upgrade-seamonkey-mail
  • centos-upgrade-seamonkey-nspr
  • centos-upgrade-seamonkey-nspr-devel
  • centos-upgrade-seamonkey-nss
  • centos-upgrade-seamonkey-nss-devel

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