On Sat, 10 Nov 2007 23:42:26 +0000, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> ____/ ed on Saturday 10 November 2007 20:43 : \____
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>> Linonut <linonut@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> > Man... MS are so open ...
>>> > http://s5h.net/u?46
>>> What's up with the moving all over the desktop?
>>> Hardwiring the script to 1600x1200? How neophyte!
>>> And thank God for the kill command.
>> Do you like the way that its using a MS XSS vuln? I wonder how many
>> people have used that to make a fake passport login page :-)
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> It was spotted by one of the Diggers in the security section of Digg about a
> year ago and I posted this to COLA.
> Worry not however. Microsoft will hire someone to cover up with an excuse.
> Yes, Microsoft is hiring.
Actually, that appears to be a flaw in firefox, not ie (at least not IE7).
When i go there in Firefox, i get the redirected url. When I go in IE7, i
get "page cannot be found"