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Users running Mozilla's Firefox browser are strongly advised to update to its latest version 67.0.3, recently released by the Mozilla team to address a zero-day vulnerability that's now being abused in the wild, ZDNet reports.
The Mozilla team has warned its users of a critical flaw which allows hackers to exploit its Firefox browser, where especially crypto coin owners are being targetted. Mozilla has just released a security advisory warning of a severe vulnerability affecting nearly all versions. Alternatively, you can download a new copy from here.
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What's worse, Mozilla says it has already received reports that the flaw is being actively exploited in the wild by miscreants, making it critical for users to install the latest patched versions of the browser. It seems likely that the attacks are related to cryptocurrency because of the involvement of Coinbase Security.