blowdart wrote:

The flaw is specific to Firefox's implementation of JavaScript, a 10-year-old scripting language widely used on the Web. In particular, various programming tricks can cause a stack overflow error, Spiegelmock said. The implementation is a "complete mess," he said. "It is impossible to patch."

Isn't this a good reason to throw out the old implementation of javascript and start with a new one, that doesn't have these flaws?
I think that would be a better idea than waiting for the hackers to use the holes for their blackhat communication framework, but that's just me Wink