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    Hey guys i was seaeching here and there and i found this : -

    By Passing Hotmail JavaScript


    Subject: hotmail javascript bypass
    Date: 20. Oktober 2001 20:01

    You can bypass the hotmail javascript filtering system using the
    <img>..</img> tag.

    Placing an [img]javascript:bla[/img]

    The src="javascript:bla" is changed to src="javascript:Filtered()".
    The first image-background: url('javascript:bla') is changed to
    image-background: url(non-'javascript:bla') (so isn't executed).

    But here is the problem the second image-backgroun:
    url('javascript:alert%28test%29') isn't changed at all.
    (the %28/%29 are used instead of '(' / ')' else it won't work..)

    So this code will be executed.

    Some things you can do with this bug:

    1 redirect people to a fake hotmail-retype-your-password page and catch
    their password.
    2 Catching cookies/urls etc.

    3 You can get the users personal information
    Example:
    - I used netscape messenger and inserted this html tag:

    --
    [img]javascript:bla[/img]
    --

    Then sending an email, and if the user opens this email a message will
    popup containing his full name, country etc. So you are able to catch
    this info.

    4 .....

    ObLiviON obliv@gmx.net


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    This is OLD news. It's been in the "malicious" usenet groups for months and I think it was even posted here in the news section, when we use to have one...
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    Originally posted by Conf1rm3d_K1ll
    This is OLD news. It's been in the "malicious" usenet groups for months and I think it was even posted here in the news section, when we use to have one...
    Thanx for telling that

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