MSIE->BodyRefreshLoadsJPU:refresh is a new navigation method

From: Liu Die Yu (liudieyuinchina_at_yahoo.com.cn)
Date: 09/10/03

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    BodyRefreshLoadsJPU:refresh is a new navigation method

    [tested]
    Browser Ver
    {
    MS Internet Explorer: 6.0.2600.0000.xpclnt_qfe.021108-2107;
    Encryption: 128-bit;
    Patch:; Q810847;
    }
    (So, it's far from fully patched. It also works after
    applying the patch for method caching attack.)
    OS Ver: "Windows XP Cn ver"

    [demo]
    http://www.safecenter.net/liudieyu/BodyRefreshLoadsJPU/BodyRefreshLoadsJPU-MyPage.HTM
    or
    http://umbrella.mx.tc
    ---> BodyRefreshLoadsJPU section
    ---> BodyRefreshLoadsJPU-MyPage file

    [exp]
    [VictimWindow] is in another security zone, execute:
    [VictimWindow].location.href="javascript:[JpuScript]"
    then [VictimWindow] will be navigated to a RES-protocol
    page.
    at last, press "REFRESH" button:
    "Refresh" tries to reload "javascript:[JpuScript]", and
    the script is executed.

    question:how to press "REFRESH" button with JSCRIPT?
    answer in this attack:
    SaveRef(or "object-caching attack") "document.body",
    then:
    bodyRef.document.execCommand("Refresh")

    [how]
    special thanks to:
    "Andreas Sandblad" for "Using the backbutton in IE is
    dangerous";
    (then i tried to search for other navigation methods)
    "GreyMagic" for "GreyMagic Security Advisory GM#012-IE"
    (it showed "[DocElement].document" is something
    interesting :-) )
    and myself :-)
    read those documents. and look for buttons in MSIE.

    [greetings]
    the Pull, dror, guninski, sandblad, greymagic and
    "Friedrich L.Bauer".
    of course, mom and dad.

    best wishes

    -----
    from http://Umbrella.MX.TC on http://SafeCenter.NET


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