Security Advisories for SeaMonkey 1.0

SeaMonkey 1.0 is no longer supported. The last version, SeaMonkey 1.0.9, is affected by the vulnerabilities fixed in SeaMonkey 1.1.3 and later. All users are urged to upgrade to the newest version of SeaMonkey.

Impact key:

  • Critical: Vulnerability can be used to run attacker code and install software, requiring no user interaction beyond normal browsing.
  • High: Vulnerability can be used to gather sensitive data from sites in other windows or inject data or code into those sites, requiring no more than normal browsing actions.
  • Moderate: Vulnerabilities that would otherwise be High or Critical except they only work in uncommon non-default configurations or require the user to perform complicated and/or unlikely steps.
  • Low: Minor security vulnerabilities such as Denial of Service attacks, minor data leaks, or spoofs. (Undetectable spoofs of SSL indicia would have "High" impact because those are generally used to steal sensitive data intended for other sites.)

Fixed in SeaMonkey 1.0.9

MFSA 2007-17 XUL Popup Spoofing
MFSA 2007-16 XSS using addEventListener
MFSA 2007-15 Security Vulnerability in APOP Authentication
MFSA 2007-14 Path Abuse in Cookies
MFSA 2007-12 Crashes with evidence of memory corruption (rv:

Fixed in SeaMonkey 1.0.8

MFSA 2007-10 Potential integer overflow with text/enhanced mail
MFSA 2007-09 Privilege escalation by setting img.src to javascript: URI
MFSA 2007-08 onUnload + document.write() memory corruption
MFSA 2007-07 Embedded nulls in location.hostname confuse same-domain checks
MFSA 2007-06 Mozilla Network Security Services (NSS) SSLv2 buffer overflow
MFSA 2007-05 XSS and local file access by opening blocked popups
MFSA 2007-04 Spoofing using custom cursor and CSS3 hotspot
MFSA 2007-03 Information disclosure through cache collisions
MFSA 2007-02 Improvements to help protect against Cross-Site Scripting attacks
MFSA 2007-01 Crashes with evidence of memory corruption (rv:

Fixed in SeaMonkey 1.0.7

MFSA 2006-74 Mail header processing heap overflows
MFSA 2006-73 Mozilla SVG Processing Remote Code Execution
MFSA 2006-72 XSS by setting img.src to javascript: URI
MFSA 2006-71 LiveConnect crash finalizing JS objects
MFSA 2006-70 Privilege escalation using watch point
MFSA 2006-69 CSS cursor image buffer overflow (Windows only)
MFSA 2006-68 Crashes with evidence of memory corruption (rv:

Fixed in SeaMonkey 1.0.6

MFSA 2006-67 Running Script can be recompiled
MFSA 2006-66 RSA signature forgery (variant)
MFSA 2006-65 Crashes with evidence of memory corruption (rv:

Fixed in SeaMonkey 1.0.5

MFSA 2006-64 Crashes with evidence of memory corruption (rv:
MFSA 2006-63 JavaScript execution in mail via XBL
MFSA 2006-61 Frame spoofing using
MFSA 2006-60 RSA Signature Forgery
MFSA 2006-59 Concurrency-related vulnerability
MFSA 2006-57 JavaScript Regular Expression Heap Corruption

Fixed in SeaMonkey 1.0.3

MFSA 2006-56 chrome: scheme loading remote content
MFSA 2006-55 Crashes with evidence of memory corruption (rv:
MFSA 2006-54 XSS with XPCNativeWrapper(window).Function(...)
MFSA 2006-53 UniversalBrowserRead privilege escalation
MFSA 2006-52 PAC privilege escalation using
MFSA 2006-51 Privilege escalation using named-functions and redefined "new Object()"
MFSA 2006-50 JavaScript engine vulnerabilities
MFSA 2006-49 Heap buffer overwrite on malformed VCard
MFSA 2006-48 JavaScript new Function race condition
MFSA 2006-47 Native DOM methods can be hijacked across domains
MFSA 2006-46 Memory corruption with simultaneous events
MFSA 2006-45 Javascript navigator Object Vulnerability
MFSA 2006-44 Code execution through deleted frame reference

Fixed in SeaMonkey 1.0.2

MFSA 2006-43 Privilege escalation using addSelectionListener
MFSA 2006-42 Web site XSS using BOM on UTF-8 pages
MFSA 2006-41 File stealing by changing input type (variant)
MFSA 2006-40 Double-free on malformed VCard
MFSA 2006-39 "View Image" local resource linking (Windows)
MFSA 2006-38 Buffer overflow in crypto.signText()
MFSA 2006-37 Remote compromise via content-defined setter on object prototypes
MFSA 2006-35 Privilege escalation through XUL persist
MFSA 2006-34 XSS viewing javascript: frames or images from context menu
MFSA 2006-33 HTTP response smuggling
MFSA 2006-32 Fixes for crashes with potential memory corruption (rv:
MFSA 2006-31 EvalInSandbox escape (Proxy Autoconfig, Greasemonkey)

Fixed in SeaMonkey 1.0.1

MFSA 2006-29 Spoofing with translucent windows
MFSA 2006-28 Security check of js_ValueToFunctionObject() can be circumvented
MFSA 2006-27 Table Rebuilding Code Execution Vulnerability
MFSA 2006-26 Mail Multiple Information Disclosure
MFSA 2006-25 Privilege escalation through Print Preview
MFSA 2006-24 Privilege escalation using crypto.generateCRMFRequest
MFSA 2006-23 File stealing by changing input type
MFSA 2006-22 CSS Letter-Spacing Heap Overflow Vulnerability
MFSA 2006-21 JavaScript execution in mail when forwarding in-line
MFSA 2006-20 Crashes with evidence of memory corruption (rv:

Fixed in SeaMonkey 1.0

MFSA 2006-19 Cross-site scripting using
MFSA 2006-18 Mozilla Firefox Tag Order Vulnerability
MFSA 2006-17 cross-site scripting through window.controllers
MFSA 2006-16 Accessing XBL compilation scope via
MFSA 2006-15 Privilege escalation using a JavaScript function's cloned parent
MFSA 2006-14 Privilege escalation via XBL.method.eval
MFSA 2006-13 Downloading executables with "Save Image As..."
MFSA 2006-12 Secure-site spoof (requires security warning dialog)
MFSA 2006-11 Crashes with evidence of memory corruption (rv:1.8)
MFSA 2006-10 JavaScript garbage-collection hazard audit
MFSA 2006-09 Cross-site JavaScript injection using event handlers
MFSA 2006-08 "AnyName" entrainment and access control hazard
MFSA 2006-07 Read beyond buffer while parsing XML
MFSA 2006-06 Integer ov