The latest versions of Firefox and Safari contain a password management security flaw that could allow certain websites to access stored usernames and passwords.
However, some developers and commentators have questioned whether this constitutes a vulnerability in the browser, as it requires the attacker to place malicious code on the web server.
If an attacker can place script code on a server, they would be able to manipulate the pages anyway, and would have other ways to steal user access data.
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