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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 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 ...

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 ...

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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