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Firefox exploit
Posted: Posted November 30th, 2016 by 52

Hey. It's ghowilo. I know I'm banned and I'm not gonna make any other posts or even come back to check this one. But I wanted to warn everyone here that a huge Javascript exploit is being used on Firefox browsers. If you use Firefox, I highly advise switching to chrome until this exploit is patched. If you use Windows anyway, it specifically targets kernel32.dll which is a Windows program. This works on all versions of Firefox, including tor, 100% of the time. And with the source code having been released hackers all over the world have their hands on it. This is a 0day exploit. You have been warned.

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