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    Senior Member therenegade's Avatar
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    Browser Security Test

    Scanit ( http://bcheck.scanit.be/bcheck/ ) seems to've come out with some kind of browser security test..these are the vulnerabilities tested:
    Microsoft Internet Explorer DHTML Edit Control Script Injection Vulnerability (bid11950)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer HTML Help Control Local Zone Security Restriction Bypass Vulnerability (bid11467)
    Sun Java Plugin Arbitrary Package Access Vulnerability / Opera Java Vulnerability (idef20041123)
    Mozilla Windows shell: protocol handler vulnerability (moz250180)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer JavaScript Method Assignment Cross-Domain Scripting Vulnerability (bid10689)
    Internet Explorer Modal Dialog Argument Caching Cross-Domain Scripting Vulnerability (jel20040607)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer CHM File Processing Arbitrary Code Execution Vulnerability (bid9658)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer file:javascript: Cross Domain Scripting Vulnerability (ldy20030910-01)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer Search Frame Fake Caller Vulnerability (ldy20030910-02)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer Object Data Remote Execution Vulnerability (eeye20030821)
    Mozilla Link Onclick Cross Domain Scripting Vulnerability (ldy20030416)
    305 Use Proxy Redirect Vulnerability (moz187996)
    Mozilla document.write Cross-Domain Scripting Vulnerability (moz91043)
    Mozilla OnUnload Referer Information Leakage Vulnerability (bid5694)
    Mozilla XMLSerializer Same Origin Policy Violation Vulnerability (bid5766)
    Opera 7.0 Javascript Security Model Vulnerability (gm002op)
    Opera 7.0 console.html Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability (gm003op)
    Opera 7.0 Local Images Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability (gm004op)
    Opera 7.0 Browsing History Disclosure Vulnerability (gm005op)
    Opera 7.0 Javascript Exception Information Disclosure Vulnerability (gm006op)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer Multimedia Page Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability (bid6481)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer Dialog Style Same Origin Policy Bypass Vulnerability (bid6306)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer document.write() Zone Bypass Vulnerability (bid6017)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer IFRAME dialogArguments Cross-Zone Access Vulnerability (bid6205)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer Document Reference Zone Bypass Vulnerability (bid5841)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer Iframe Document Property Cross Domain Scripting Vulnerability (bid5963)
    Mozilla JavaScript URL Host Spoofing Arbitrary Cookie Access Vulnerability (bid5293)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer %2f in URL Same Origin Policy Violation Vulnerability (bid5610)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer %00 Arbitrary File Execution Vulnerability (bid3578)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer Navigate Function Cross Frame Access Vulnerability (bid1636)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer Temporary Internet Files Folder Disclosure Vulnerability (bid2456)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer MIME Header "Content-Type: audio-x-wav" Attachment Execution Vulnerability (bid2524)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer DYNSRC File Information Disclosure Vulnerability (bid4371)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer Content-Disposition Handling File Execution Vulnerability (bid4752)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer OBJECT Tag Same Origin Policy Violation Vulnerability (bid5196)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer Dialog Same Origin Policy Bypass Vulnerability (bid4527)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer Cookie Content Disclosure Vulnerability (bid4754)

    I cant seem to get a result on it though(server side error apparently..I've sent a mail off to the support)

    Still testing Firefox(on another side note,does anyone else have it crashing quite often or is it just me?I have 1.0.2)

    Edited to give firefox results:
    Firefox stopped responding after the third test for me somehow..twice?headed off to uni right now so anyone else care to check that?

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    I have no problems with firefox and I too am using 1.0.2.
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    h'm..

    At the end I got a "blank" screen with
    Server-side error. Please contact support.
    on it !!
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    Yep, me too.

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    Browser Security Test Results

    Dear Customer,

    The Browser Security Test is finished. Please find the results below:
    High Risk Vulnerabilities 0
    Medium Risk Vulnerabilities 0
    Low Risk Vulnerabilities 1
    Linux/Mozilla

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    Browser Security Test Results

    Dear Customer,

    The Browser Security Test is finished. Please find the results below:
    High Risk Vulnerabilities 1
    Medium Risk Vulnerabilities 0
    Low Risk Vulnerabilities 0

    After updating JAVA High Risk Vulnerabilities 0

    win xp sp2/ie 6 fully updated.

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    Must have been a temporary local glitch, works OK now.

    Here is something to test you AV and other stuff



    http://www.tucows.com/preview/393891.html
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    The Browser Security Test is finished. Please find the results below:
    High Risk Vulnerabilities 0
    Medium Risk Vulnerabilities 0
    Low Risk Vulnerabilities 0
    XP Home/Firefox 1.0.2
    Sweet.

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    No Vulnerabilities. I use firefox 1.0.2 and I haven't had any problems.

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    Win2KSP4/IE6 6.0.2800.1106

    Browser Security Test Results

    Dear Customer,

    The Browser Security Test is finished. Please find the results below:
    High Risk Vulnerabilities 0
    Medium Risk Vulnerabilities 0
    Low Risk Vulnerabilities 0
    Win2K (5.00.2195) SP4 / IE6 6.0.2800.1106

    LoLz! BoX # 4 @ the cafe here passes!

    And nihil, nice piece of PC security testing SW (PC Security Test v3.3.0)! It RoX!

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