This video is part of the "Zero Day Demo" initiative we started on SecurityTube recently, in which we are inviting the original exploit authors to demo the vulnerabilities they have discovered. The video is allowed to be as short as can be to successfully demonstrate the exploit.
In this video Jeremy Brown demonstrates a new Zero day vulnerability he has discovered in Firefox. According to him: "There is a vulnerability in Mozilla Firefox 2.x/3.x that allows users to tamper with downloads of other users on the system, mostly functional and exploitable on Linux. More details will be released when patches are made available.
Thanks to Jeremy Brown (0xjbrown41  gmail  com) for submitting this Zero Day video demo to SecurityTube. You can visit his websites - http://jbrownsec.blogspot.com
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