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Internet Explorer allows remote attackers to bypass zone restrictions to inject and execute arbitrary programs by creating a popup window and inserting ActiveX object code with a "data" tag pointing to the malicious code, which Internet Explorer treats as HTML or Javascript, but later executes as an HTA application, a different vulnerability than CVE-2003-0532, and as exploited using the QHosts Tr ...

Buffer overflow in Troubleshooter ActiveX Control (Tshoot.ocx) in Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4 and earlier allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via an HTML document with a long argument to the RunQuery2 method.

Internet Explorer 6 SP1 and earlier allows remote attackers to bypass zone restrictions and execute Javascript by setting the window's "href" to the malicious Javascript, then calling execCommand("Refresh") to refresh the page, aka BodyRefreshLoadsJPU or the "ExecCommand Cross Domain" vulnerability.

Buffer overflow in a function in User32.dll on Windows NT through Server 2003 allows local users to execute arbitrary code via long (1) LB_DIR messages to ListBox or (2) CB_DIR messages to ComboBox controls in a privileged application.

Internet Explorer 6 SP1 and earlier allows remote attackers to bypass zone restrictions and execute Javascript by setting the window's "href" to the malicious Javascript, then calling execCommand("Refresh") to refresh the page, aka BodyRefreshLoadsJPU or the "ExecCommand Cross Domain" vulnerability.

Internet Explorer 6 SP1 and earlier allows remote attackers to bypass zone restrictions and execute Javascript by setting the window's "href" to the malicious Javascript, then calling execCommand("Refresh") to refresh the page, aka BodyRefreshLoadsJPU or the "ExecCommand Cross Domain" vulnerability.

Internet Explorer 6 SP1 and earlier allows remote attackers to bypass zone restrictions and execute Javascript by setting the window's "href" to the malicious Javascript, then calling execCommand("Refresh") to refresh the page, aka BodyRefreshLoadsJPU or the "ExecCommand Cross Domain" vulnerability.

Internet Explorer 6 SP1 and earlier allows remote attackers to bypass zone restrictions and execute Javascript by setting the window's "href" to the malicious Javascript, then calling execCommand("Refresh") to refresh the page, aka BodyRefreshLoadsJPU or the "ExecCommand Cross Domain" vulnerability.

Internet Explorer 6 SP1 and earlier allows remote attackers to bypass zone restrictions and read arbitrary files by (1) modifying the createTextRange method and using CreateLink, as demonstrated using LinkillerSaveRef, LinkillerJPU, and Linkiller, or (2) modifying the createRange method and using the FIND dialog to select text, as demonstrated using Findeath, aka the "Function Pointer Override Cro ...

Internet Explorer 6 SP1 and earlier allows remote attackers to bypass zone restrictions and read arbitrary files by (1) modifying the createTextRange method and using CreateLink, as demonstrated using LinkillerSaveRef, LinkillerJPU, and Linkiller, or (2) modifying the createRange method and using the FIND dialog to select text, as demonstrated using Findeath, aka the "Function Pointer Override Cro ...


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