Re: [Full-Disclosure] IE exploit runs code from graphics?
From: Steve Kudlak (chromazine_at_sbcglobal.net)
To: fulldis list <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 27 Jun 2004 11:53:29 -0700
I have not built up or run a full suite of tests on Mozilla,
but overall it does seem Mozilla is less vulnerable. Now one
could always post to one of the Mozilla or Firefox fora asking
what is done about such and such a vulnerability as they
should be paying attention to them.
Overall I find that Mozilla especially Firefox is more well
protected. This sort of inspires me to post to the Mozilla
fora and ask.
Jimmy Mitchener wrote:
>On Sat, 26 Jun 2004 11:52:08 +0530, Aditya, ALD [ Aditya Lalit
>Deshmukh ] <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>files (.CHM) from some web site, causing the HTML code inside the .CHM
>>>to be run in the "My Computer" security zone. Typically (like all but
>>>one of _dozens and dozens_ of these I've seen) the "inner" HTML run
>>this is one of the _dozens and dozens_ reasons to use mozilla on untrusted sites and use ie to access internal websites if they do depend of some ie features but set the default browser to mozilla so that when ever the user cliks something it opens in mozilla
>Why would you assume Mozilla is any less vulnerable? Perhaps not
>publicly, it is simply not as large of a target as IE. You should
>really not be browsing on an "important" system no matter what. Unless
>perhaps you have systrace or SELinux guarding it (which even then is
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