A vulnerability affecting Mozilla web browsers may allow violation of cross-domain scripting policies and possibly execute code originating from a remote source.
"The user could be convinced to drag obscurred links in the context of a game or even a fake scrollbar. If the user could be convinced to drag two links in sequence into a separate window (not frame) the attacker would be able to run arbitrary programs."
This vulnerability could be used to exploit cross-domain scripting policies and possibly execute code originating from a remote source.
This vulnerability is resolved in Firefox Preview Release, Mozilla 1.7.3, and Thunderbird 0.8.
Thanks to Jesse Ruderman for reporting this vulnerability.
|Date First Published:||2004-09-17|
|Date Last Updated:||2004-09-17 18:10 UTC|