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Argument injection vulnerability involving Mozilla, when certain URIs are registered, allows remote attackers to conduct cross-browser scripting attacks and execute arbitrary commands via shell metacharacters in an unspecified URI, which are inserted into the command line when invoking the handling process, a similar issue to CVE-2007-3670.
Visual truncation vulnerability in Mozilla 1.7.12 allows remote attackers to spoof the address bar and possibly conduct phishing attacks via a long hostname, which is truncated after a certain number of characters, as demonstrated by a phishing attack using HTTP Basic Authentication.
Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in Mozilla 1.7.12 and possibly earlier, Mozilla Firefox 1.0.7 and possibly earlier, and Netscape 8.1 and possibly earlier, allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the -moz-binding (Cascading Style Sheets) CSS property, which does not require that the style sheet have the same origin as the web page, as demonstrated by the compromise of a large number of LiveJournal accounts.
The XMLHttpRequest object in Mozilla 1.7.8 supports the HTTP TRACE method, which allows remote attackers to obtain (1) proxy authentication passwords via a request with a "Max-Forwards: 0" header or (2) arbitrary local passwords on the web server that hosts this object.
Mozilla Firefox 1.0.1 and possibly other versions, including Mozilla and Thunderbird, allows remote attackers to spoof the URL in the Status Bar via an A HREF tag that contains a TABLE tag that contains another A tag.
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