[funsec] Secunia Reports Another IE7 Flaw
dudevanwinkle at gmail.com
Wed Oct 25 15:43:57 CDT 2006
How about "less than critical, much less"
or is critical the only measurement secunia has in its library?
Extremely Critical (5 of 5):
Highly Critical (4 of 5):
Moderately Critical (3 of 5):
Less Critical (2 of 5):
Not Critical (1 of 5):
Guess me and Secunia use different dictionaries, I think critical, in
relation to a security advisory means:
: of essential importance; indispensable: a critical ingredient.
I guess they mean:
of Moderately essential importance; Moderately indispensable: a
Moderately critical ingredient
hehe damn germans! ;-)
On 10/25/06, Fergie <fergdawg at netzero.net> wrote:
> That's probably why it's rated "less critical". :-)
> - ferg
> -- Larry Seltzer <Larry at larryseltzer.com> wrote:
> >>The Secunia demo didn't really work for me. I've configured IE7 to
> generate pop-ups as new tabs and the address bar has different
> dimensions than their demo is expecting.
> Of course that's not the default. I tried it and the exploit seems to
> depend on the exact layout of the window, and the "fake" address was
> scrolled off some to the left. It's something, but not much.
> Larry Seltzer
> "Fergie", a.k.a. Paul Ferguson
> Engineering Architecture for the Internet
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