- Firefox was well received by many, taking significant market share from Internet Explorer.
- For instance, if you have a Web page loaded on your computer and your Internet service provider goes down, you are still able to interact with the Web pages already loaded on your browser.
- However, the capabilities based on the client-side Programming language are much more intriguing.
- These flaws can allow attackers to write scripts that would run any code they wish on the user’s system.
Developers trust that the maintainers of the libraries will keep them secure and up to date, but that is not always the case. Relied-upon libraries can have new releases that cause bugs or vulnerabilities to appear in all programs that rely upon the libraries. Inversely, a library can go unpatched with known vulnerabilities out in the wild. In a study done looking over a sample of 133,000 websites, researchers found 37% of the websites included a library with at least one known vulnerability. This occurred in March 2016 when Azer Koçulu removed his repository from npm.
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