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Re: [FD] Major Internet Explorer Vulnerability - NOT Patched
'could you share the contents of "1.php"?'
"I'm assuming it is a delayed re-direct to the target's domain?"
"the cloudflare scripts"
It's been tested without them.
On 2015/2/6 2:31, Barkley, Peter wrote:
I'm able to get the hacked page on IE9 after changing the document mode from Quirks to IE9 Standards. Screenshot attached. I'm sure you could get around having to manually switch the document mode with the appropriate DOCTYPE set in the exploit html page.
David, could you share the contents of "1.php"? I'm assuming it is a delayed re-direct to the target's domain? I am unable to reproduce the exploit locally with the same code (assuming my 1.php is correct), though without the cloudflare scripts.
Peter Barkley | Senior Security Intelligence Analyst | Security Operations Centre | Royal Bank of Canada
From: Fulldisclosure [mailto:fulldisclosure-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Zaakiy Siddiqui
Sent: 2015, February, 04 6:46 PM
To: David Leo; Joey Fowler
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Subject: Re: [FD] Major Internet Explorer Vulnerability - NOT Patched
Nice one…great find! And thanks Joey for confirming the bypass of HTTP-to-HTTPS restrictions.
I can confirm that this also affects Spartan Browser (Experimental enabled in about:flags in Internet Explorer 11).
I can also confirm that IE 10 is affected.
IE 9 appears to not be vulnerable. Screenshots below.
IE 11 Spartan - vulnerable (Windows 10)
IE 10 - vulnerable (Windows 7)
IE 9 - not vulnerable (Windows 7)
From: David Leo<mailto:david.leo@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, 4 February 2015 11:13 PM
To: Joey Fowler<mailto:joey@xxxxxxxxxx>
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Microsoft was notified on Oct 13, 2014.
Joey thank you very much for your words.
On 2015/2/3 4:53, Joey Fowler wrote:
"nice" is an understatement here.
I've done some testing with this one and, while there /are/ quirks, it most definitely works. It even bypasses standard HTTP-to-HTTPS restrictions.
It looks like, through this method, all viable XSS tactics are open!
Has this been reported to Microsoft outside (or within) this thread?
Senior Security Engineer, Tumblr
On Sat, Jan 31, 2015 at 9:18 AM, David Leo <david.leo@xxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:david.leo@xxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
Deusen just published code and description here:
which demonstrates the serious security issue.
An Internet Explorer vulnerability is shown here:
Content of dailymail.co.uk <http://dailymail.co.uk> can be changed by external domain.
How To Use
1. Close the popup window("confirm" dialog) after three seconds.
2. Click "Go".
3. After 7 seconds, "Hacked by Deusen" is actively injected into dailymail.co.uk <http://dailymail.co.uk>.
Vulnerability: Universal Cross Site Scripting(XSS)
Impact: Same Origin Policy(SOP) is completely bypassed
Attack: Attackers can steal anything from another domain, and inject anything into another domain
Tested: Jan/29/2015 Internet Explorer 11 Windows 7
If you like it, please reply "nice".
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