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internet-explorer: bug or feature?
From: <ko5 () hush com>
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 06:30:39 -0800
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today i played around a bit with my ie (6.0) to test something and i
found the following behaviour:
when calling a url like
ie shows me a page with the content 'mooh' and when i call
a small alert popps up and says me '*plopp*', so it seems, that i can
inject any code i want.
i am not sure if its what the 'about:'-construct is for, but mozilla
doesn't include everything after the ':' in the body of the document.
sry if this was reportet before, but i haven't found something about
this in google or in the archives.
i think its an interesting behaviour ..
btw: about:mozilla seems to be special .. it looks a bit strange ..
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- internet-explorer: bug or feature? ko5 (Mar 31)