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Re: Assorted browser vulnerabilities
From: "Kevin Finisterre (lists)" <kf_lists () digitalmunition com>
Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2007 17:27:51 -0400

The 522+ stuff I can confirm as vulnerable. That particular build  
number is associated with the current version of the "nightly" webkit  
build.
http://nightly.webkit.org/

419.3 is associated with the current Security updates on 10.4.9 I am  
pretty sure.
-KF


On Jun 5, 2007, at 2:08 PM, Michal Zalewski wrote:

On Mon, 4 Jun 2007, Michal Zalewski wrote:

1) Title    : MSIE page update race condition
   Impact   : cookie stealing / setting, page hijacking, memory  
corruption
   Demo     : http://lcamtuf.coredump.cx/ierace/

Just FYI - my logs indicate that there is a fairly high percentage of
patterns consistent with successful exploitation among Safari users  
(about
20%).

For the non-vulnerable Firefox, this value is at 1% (for spoofed
User-Agent strings, random pranks, etc).

As such, the value for Safari seems significant, particularly since  
this
PoC is timing-dependent and fine-tuned for MSIE. I have no  
immediate way
to test it, but feel encouraged to explore this further.

/mz

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