The Mozilla Foundation addressed several critical security flaws Wednesday with the release of new versions of its Firefox Web browser, Thunderbird email client and SeaMonkey all-in-one Internet application suite.
Of the 13 flaws addressed, eight have been deemed critical and could be used to conduct cross-site scripting attacks or compromise an end user's system.
In a posting on its Web site, Danish vulnerability clearinghouse Secunia called the security flaws "highly critical."
Mozilla detailed each of the flaws as follows:
All the security issues are mitigated when organizations upgrade to Firefox 22.214.171.124, Thunderbird 126.96.36.199 and SeaMonkey 1.0.3, respectively.
This article originally appeared on SearchSecurity.com.