Attackers have developed code that exploits a recently patched flaw in the Firefox 1.5 browser.
The exploit could allow an attacker to take control of a Linux or OS X system running the browser.
Mozilla issued a security update last Thursday that repaired eight vulnerabilities. Most users have already upgraded to the latest version through the browser's auto-update feature.
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