AVG-2712 log

Package thunderbird
Status Not affected
Severity High
Type multiple issues
Affected 91.7.0-1
Fixed 91.8.0-1
Current 91.12.0-1 [extra]
Ticket None
Created Sat May 14 20:42:56 2022
Issue Severity Remote Type Description
CVE-2022-28289 High Yes Arbitrary code execution
Mozilla developers and community members Nika Layzell, Andrew McCreight, Gabriele Svelto, and the Mozilla Fuzzing Team reported memory safety bugs present...
CVE-2022-28286 Low Yes Content spoofing
Due to a layout change, iframe contents could have been rendered outside of its border. This could have led to user confusion or spoofing attacks.
CVE-2022-28285 Medium Unknown Unknown
When generating the assembly code for MLoadTypedArrayElementHole, an incorrect AliasSet was used. In conjunction with another vulnerability this could have...
CVE-2022-28282 Medium Unknown Unknown
By using a link with rel="localization" a use-after-free could have been triggered by destroying an object during JavaScript execution and then referencing...
CVE-2022-28281 High Yes Arbitrary code execution
If a compromised content process sent an unexpected number of WebAuthN Extensions in a Register command to the parent process, an out of bounds write would...
CVE-2022-24713 Low Unknown Unknown
The rust regex crate did not properly prevent crafted regular expressions from taking an arbitrary amount of time during parsing. If an attacker was able to...
CVE-2022-1197 Medium Unknown Unknown
When importing a revoked key that specified key compromise as the revocation reason, Thunderbird did not update the existing copy of the key that was not...
CVE-2022-1196 Medium Unknown Unknown
After a VR Process is destroyed, a reference to it may have been retained and used, leading to a use-after-free and potentially exploitable crash.
CVE-2022-1097 High Yes Arbitrary code execution
NSSToken objects were referenced via direct points, and could have been accessed in an unsafe way on different threads, leading to a use- after-free and...
References
https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/security/advisories/mfsa2022-15/
Notes
"In general, these flaws cannot be exploited through email in the Thunderbird product because scripting is disabled when reading mail, but are potentially risks in browser or browser-like contexts."