This week Mozilla released Firefox 35 solves three critical security vulnerabilities. Firefox 35 also includes a cross-platform some interesting new features such as video chat, called Firefox Hello services and new social sharing features. You are from a web browser to make free video and voice calls, no need to set the account or any account.
Hello Chat is a stand-alone program that can be installed in other browsers.
Gecko Media widget (GMP) Sandbox error
This release fixes if there is another available loopholes in GMP media plug-ins (and destroy GMP process) would allow an attacker to evade or circumvent the GMP system on Windows sandbox bug. The GMP sandbox using only OpenH264 widget to host h.264 video playback, but in the future it can host other media plug-ins.
This issue only affects Windows systems.
In addition, this patch also includes a patch to get rid of Gecko Media plug-in on Windows systems (GMP) sandbox mechanism. If another error that can occur in the use of GMP, and undermine the GMP process, then this error would allow attackers to evade or circumvent GMP sandbox.
This vulnerability only affects Windows systems.
Repair also includes the due process orbital caused WebRTC read-after-free vulnerability. This leads to a crash or potentially available WebRTC incorrect behavior.
Komodo dragon ice
Comodo provides a browser-based firefox, Ice Dragon , including enhanced security and privacy features.