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    In And Above Man Black Cluster's Avatar
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    HP OpenVMS Secure Web Browser Mozilla Application Node Spoofing

    SSRT5999 rev.0 HP OpenVMS Secure Web Browser Mozilla Application
    Node Spoofing

    The information in this Security Bulletin should be acted upon
    as soon as possible.

    19 September 2005

    Node Spoofing, Frame-Injection Spoofing.

    Hewlett-Packard Company
    HP Software Security Response Team

    Several potential vulnerabilities were fixed in Mozilla releases
    prior to V1.7.11 and have been incorporated in the Secure Web
    Browser for HP OpenVMS Alpha and I64. The background section
    lists issues fixed and their Mozilla Foundation Security Advisory
    reference numbers.

    MFSA 2005-45, -46, -48, -50, -51, -52, -54, -55, -56

    SUPPORTED SOFTWARE VERSIONS*: ONLY impacted versions are listed.
    Secure Web Browser Versions Prior to V1.7-11 for HP OpenVMS Alpha
    and I64


    The following security issues were addressed in Mozilla after
    V1.7.8 and are included in V1.7.11:

    MFSA 2005-56 Code execution through shared function objects

    MFSA 2005-55 XHTML node spoofing

    MFSA 2005-54 Javascript prompt origin spoofing

    MFSA 2005-52 Same origin violation: frame calling top.focus()

    MFSA 2005-51 The return of frame-injection spoofing

    MFSA 2005-50 Possibly exploitable crash in

    MFSA 2005-48 Same-origin violation with InstallTrigger callback

    MFSA 2005-46 XBL scripts ran even when Javascript disabled

    MFSA 2005-45 Content-generated event vulnerabilities


    The Secure Web Browser V1.7-11 for OpenVMS Alpha and I64 web kits
    can be downloaded from the following site.


    The self-extracting kit names for SWB 1.7-11 for Alpha and I64


    HP-I64VMS-CSWB-V0107-11-1.PCSI_SFXEXE (I64)

    Rev. 0 19 September 2005
    - Initial Release

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    \"The only truly secure system is one that is powered off, cast in a block of concrete and sealed in a lead-lined room with armed guards - and even then I have my doubts\".....Spaf
    Everytime I learn a new thing, I discover how ignorant I am.- ... Black Cluster

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    Such a bastard u r ...... to post such things....

    Go to bed with ur girlie at home and enjoy........

    THese gore destroyers will keep on coming to AO till the time this site is up....

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    In And Above Man Black Cluster's Avatar
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    Cool you goredistroyer1!
    \"The only truly secure system is one that is powered off, cast in a block of concrete and sealed in a lead-lined room with armed guards - and even then I have my doubts\".....Spaf
    Everytime I learn a new thing, I discover how ignorant I am.- ... Black Cluster

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