Mozilla Firefox could allow a remote malicious user to execute arbitrary code on the system, caused by a type confusion in IonMonkey JIT compiler due to “incorrect alias information for setting array elements. By persuading a victim to visit a specially-crafted Web site, a remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability using unknown attack vectors to execute arbitrary code on the vulnerable system or cause a denial of service.
Script in PowerShell to detect vulnerable versions of Mozilla Firefox in a Windows domain.
Mozilla Firefox Vulnerability Scanner for Domain Description: Script in PowerShell to detect vulnerable versions of Mozilla Firefox in a Windows domain CVEs: CVE-2019-17026 and previous Considerations: Well configured WinRM on remote machines Well configured firewall rules Allow ping to remote machines from the Domain Controller Run the script with the Unrestricted or Byp
An exploit for CVE-2019-17026. It pops xcalc and was tested on Ubuntu (x64).
CVE-2019-17026 - A Firefox JIT bug Original bug caught in the wild by Qihoo 360 Exploit written by maxpl0it Works on Firefox < 7201 This is an exploit for CVE-2190-17026: IonMonkey type confusion with StoreElementHole and FallibleStoreElement This exploit does not use a sandbox escape, so for testing the securitysandboxcontentlevel attribute in about:config need
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