Do Firefox for desktop 43.0.2 and 38.5.2 ESR fix security vulnerability or not?
Can someone tell me if Firefox for desktop 43.0.2 and 38.5.2 ESR fix any security vulnerability or not.
Yesterday, we saw this entry in these 2 webs, but it has been removed this morning:
"2015-150 MD5 signatures accepted within TLS 1.2 ServerKeyExchange in server signature"
Also, this web https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/security/advisories/mfsa2015-150/ has been up and down since yesterday, and currently, it is down again.
We also noticed that 43.0.3 was released yesterday as well, does 43.0.3 fix any security issue? According to https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/43.0.3/releasenotes/, it only fixes some network issue, please verify.
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There was an outage briefly yesterday, so I am not sure why it changed. It may be a blooper.
I will ask in #security
Thanks for replying, guigs,
Are you saying you are going to ask in #security for us? Or you are asking me to ask in security, can you give me the link where I can post the question in 'security'?
HI Lumension, Apologies for the delay. There is an irc server that Mozilla staff and community chat on. I was asking in the security channel however I did not get a response. Seems like many are still drinking Christmas cheer. However the direct contact is this list: https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/dev-security
Please keep us updated once you hear back from them, meanwhile, I just sent an email to email@example.com asking the same questions I posted here.
You have a happy holiday.