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New I.e. Zero Day: Drag-and-drop Redeux


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Posted 13 February 2006 - 10:22 AM

Websense Security Labs™ has received reports of a new Internet Explorer "zero-day" vulnerability which could allow the launching of code without consent from the end-user. The vulnerability...is similar to the "drag-and-drop" vulnerability that has been exploited in the past.

As the vulnerability outlines, a specially crafted website would have to dupe a user into dragging and dropping an item from one window to the other. Upon releasing the mouse in the newly focused window the code will run without consent.

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Internet Explorer Drag-and-Drop Redeux

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