Firefox undercut by security flaws

The Web browser seen by some PC users as the underdog that would upset Microsoft’s Internet Explorer may have run into a snag.
Two snags, actually.
Mozilla Foundation’s Firefox has reported two security flaws. Together, they could be used by hackers to gain access to the computers of Firefox users.
Once inside, hackers would have the full privileges of the user – meaning they could install programs and delete files. – Technology: Firefox undercut by security flaws