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    Internet Explorer Command Execution Vulnerability Test

    Introduction

    Some vulnerabilities have been discovered in Internet Explorer, which allows a malicious web site to execute arbitrary commands or install code on your computer without any user interaction.

    A demonstration of the vulnerability is available for users running Internet Explorer 6 with Windows XP SP2 installed.




    Test Case / Demonstration

    Click the link below in order to test whether or not your system is vulnerable. This test is designed to work on Internet Explorer 6 with Windows XP SP2 installed.

    Test Your System
    http://secunia.com/internet_explorer...rability_test/
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    is this safe egg, hope its not like the video of your computer being remotely controlled

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    Oops..."You Are Vulnerable"


    You are vulnerable to the "Internet Explorer Command Execution Vulnerability".
    Any web site will be able to take total control of your computer without any interaction from you.
    The "Internet Explorer Command Execution Vulnerability" allows an attacker to execute arbitrary commands/programs on your computer. Exploitation is only limited by the imagination of the attacker."

    But they don't give any way NOT to be vulnerable...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rik

    But they don't give any way NOT to be vulnerable...
    Well, you could just pull the plug on your computer or internet connection.
    "Never seem more learnt then the people you are with. Wear your learning like a watch and keep it hidden. Do not pull it out to count the hours, but give the time when you are asked."
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    did not do anything when I clicked it. (with IE) I wonder what stopped it? My firewall? I heard explorer click but nothing popped up.
    Last edited by lynchknot; January 15th, 2005 at 04:58 AM.

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