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Unspecified vulnerability in Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, and Server 2003 allows user-assisted remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via unspecified vectors. NOTE: this information is based upon a vague pre-advisory with no actionable information. However, the advisory is from a reliable source.
Unspecified vulnerability in Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4 through Vista allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code or cause a denial of service (persistent reboot) via a malformed ANI file, which results in memory corruption when processing cursors, animated cursors, and icons, a similar issue to CVE-2005-0416, as originally demonstrated using Internet Explorer 6 and 7. NOTE: this issue might be a duplicate of CVE-2007-0038; if so, then use CVE-2007-0038 instead of this identifier.
Heap-based buffer overflow in Internet Explorer 6 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via long (1) SRC or (2) NAME attributes in IFRAME, FRAME, and EMBED elements, as originally discovered using the mangleme utility, aka "the IFRAME vulnerability" or the "HTML Elements Vulnerability."
Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 and earlier, and possibly other versions, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application crash from "memory corruption") via certain malformed Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) elements that trigger heap-based buffer overflows, as demonstrated using the "<STYLE>@;/*" string, possibly due to a missing comment terminator that may cause an invalid length to trigger a large memory copy operation, aka the "CSS Heap Memory Corruption Vulnerability."
Internet Explorer 6.x allows remote attackers to install arbitrary programs via mousedown events that call the Popup.show method and use drag-and-drop actions in a popup window, aka "HijackClick 3" and the "Script in Image Tag File Download Vulnerability."
Internet Explorer in Windows XP SP2, and other versions including 5.01 and 5.5, allows remote attackers to install arbitrary programs via a web page that uses certain styles and the AnchorClick behavior, popup windows, and drag-and-drop capabilities to drop the program in the local startup folder, as demonstrated by "wottapoop.html".
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