BugTraq
Re: Internet Explorer URL parsing vulnerability Dec 09 2003 07:34PM
Eric \MightyE\ Stevens (trash mightye org)
IE 6.0.2800.1106.xpsp2.030422-1633 with all the latest updates (SP1;
Q822925; Q330994; Q828750; Q824145) is vulnerable. Works like a charm.

-Eric "MightyE" Stevens
http://lotgd.net

soulshok (at) hippie (dot) dk [email concealed] wrote:

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>># Exploit ##########
>>By opening a window using the http://user@domain nomenclature an attacker can hide the real location of the page by including a 0x01 character after the "@" character.
>>Internet Explorer doesn't display the rest of the URL making the page appear to be at a different domain.
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>># Tested ##########
>>Internet Explorer
>>Version 6.0.2800.1106C0
>>Updates: SP1, Q810847, Q810351, Q822925, Q330994, Q828750, Q824145
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>Internet Explorer 5.00.3700.1000 (SP4, Q824145) doesn't seem to be vunlerable to this.
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