Re: HijackClick 3
From: Drew Copley (dcopley_at_EEYE.COM)
Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2004 12:00:46 -0700 To: NTBUGTRAQ@LISTSERV.NTBUGTRAQ.COM
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> From: Thor Larholm [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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> Cc: Drew Copley
> Subject: RE: HijackClick 3
> > From: Drew Copley
> > In fact, I don't think there has been a bug in about ten
> > months (coincidentally) that does not rely on either Jelmer's
> > adodb bug or your shell.application bug.
> I'm sorry, but did everybody suddenly forget about codeBase command
> execution? Use a non-existant GUID for your OBJECT's classid and point
> the codeBase attribute to the executable you want launched.
You can not pass parameters to the command line app.
You can run calc.exe or whatever, sure, but that is just a toy.
If you are aware of an open bug that allows this to be
exploited to run code of an attacker's choice, let me know.
(Not to mention that they have long since restricted the object
I am surprised no one can name such a bug. I don't even involve
IE in my job much.
Ten months... to be specific, actually, it is longer. Since last
August. Almost a year. Surely, I am wrong.
I guess Brett Moore's just released bug breaks this. Though,
it might be said Jouko's Outlook issue did. Two seasoned
Anyway, someone correct me here.
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