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The future of XSS attacks
From: "MustLive" <mustlive () websecurity com ua>
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2010 21:08:51 +0200
Hello participants of Full-Disclosure!
Yesterday I wrote English version of my article The future of XSS attacks
(http://websecurity.com.ua/3878/), which you can read if you interested in
In the article I talked about Cross-Site Scripting attacks where it’s not
possible to use any tags and angle brackets. I listed attack vectors which
can be used in this case (automated and non-automated). And wrote about
current situation with modern browsers: in 2008 in Firefox 3 possibility of
attack via -moz-binding was removed (partly) and in IE 8, which released at
beginning of 2009, support of expression() was removed.
So I proposed my cross-browser solution for conducting of automated XSS
attacks in such conditions (when it’s not possible to use any tags and angle
brackets) - with using of MouseOverJacking technique, which I already wrote
You can read the article The future of XSS attacks at my site:
Best wishes & regards,
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- The future of XSS attacks MustLive (Jan 24)