"The latest releases of the Mozilla and Firefox browsers, along
with the Thunderbird e-mail software, fix 10 security issues,
including three critical vulnerabilities, according to the Mozilla
Foundation, which develops the software.
"The three critical flaws could let an attacker run code on the
victim's computer, according to information published by the
Mozilla Foundation on Tuesday. The vulnerabilities are caused by
the improper handling of electronic business cards, known as
vCards; overly large images in the bit map (BMP) format; and links
that have host names using nonprintable characters..."