If you are using Firefox web browser, you need to update it as soon as possible.
Mozilla released a security update for Critical Zero-day vulnerability that is being fixed in a new version of Firefox ESR 60.7 and Firefox 67.0.3
Discovered and reported by Samuel Grob , a cybersecurity researcher at Google Project Zero, the vulnerability allow attackers to remotely execute arbitrary code on machines running unpatched old Firefox versions and take full control of the system.
There are various exploit attempts identified, and the attackers targeting the vulnerable old version of Firefox and exploit this critical zero-day vulnerability.
The vulnerability, identified as CVE-2019-11707 can affects any of those users who uses Firefox on desktop (Windows, macOS, and Linux) — whereas, Firefox for Android, iOS, and Amazon Fire TV are not affected by this vulnerability.
UPDATE YOUR FIREFOX VIA FOLLOWING LINKS:
- Firefox 67.0.3 for Windows 64-bit
- Firefox 67.0.3 for Windows 32-bit
- Firefox 67.0.3 for macOS
- Firefox 67.0.3 for Linux 64-bit
- Firefox 67.0.3 for Linux 32-bit
All the FireFox user are urged to update the new version immediately to protect themselves from this zero-day exploit and keep your system safe and secure from hackers.