Re: IE URL obfuscation

From: Martin Christopher (martin.christopher_at_UK.EASYNET.NET)
Date: 12/10/03

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    Date:         Wed, 10 Dec 2003 15:08:10 -0000

    This appears to be another case of 'Vanilla' IE implementations being
    vulnerable to the 'ploit, but browsers with extensions / additions being

    I am running the SlimBrowser enhancements for IE and it showed the url up
    as: (exactly
    as shown)

    I would hypothesize that the results of this test are related to the
    character sets installed on your machine / browser.

    Martin Christopher
    Microsoft Systems
    Easynet Ltd

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