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Does Firefox 60.7.2 ESR contain the security fix detailed in "CVE-2019-11702: IE protocols can be used to open known local files"?

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locking this thread as duplicate, please continue at https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/que.../1264205

After looking through the security fixes for Firefox ESR, I don't see "CVE-2019-11702: IE protocols can be used to open known local files" addressed anywhere. This was fixed in Firefox non-ESR 67.0.2 (released 06/11/2019) under 2019-16.

ESR 60.7.2 released 06/20/2019 so I'm assuming that it'd include the 2019-16 security fix but the Mozilla site detailing security fixes does not show that. Is it possible to confirm if 60.7.2 patches out the known vulnerability?

''locking this thread as duplicate, please continue at [https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1264205]'' After looking through the security fixes for Firefox ESR, I don't see "CVE-2019-11702: IE protocols can be used to open known local files" addressed anywhere. This was fixed in Firefox non-ESR 67.0.2 (released 06/11/2019) under 2019-16. ESR 60.7.2 released 06/20/2019 so I'm assuming that it'd include the 2019-16 security fix but the Mozilla site detailing security fixes does not show that. Is it possible to confirm if 60.7.2 patches out the known vulnerability?

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