Mozilla asked all users to bring their browsers to the latest version of Firefox. This is due to a security problem caused by a vulnerability in the ‘Just-in-time’ compiler.
Mozilla has made an important announcement concerning Firefox users. The announcement prompted users to upgrade Firefox to the latest version, with a major vulnerability being cited as the reason for this.
Vulnerabilities in scanners are one of the most important issues in the security community. It explains, it is often used quietly and unwittingly users to place malware or ransomware. Scanners are also the target of government surveillance vehicles.
Vulnerabilities in scanners are being used by government intelligence agencies to apprehend spies and criminals. In security circles, governmentactivities are frowned upon because vulnerabilities that intelligence agencies do not report to software developers can also be used for malicious activities.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s cyber alert unit also issued a security alert, asking users to upgrade their browsers to Firefox 72.0.1. The latest version says the vulnerability has been eliminated. While little is said about the deficit, only’control of the affected system can be taken over’. Finally, you can visit the Settings section of the browser to update your Firefox browser to the latest version.