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Posted on 2003-10-25
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my instructor has given me assignment to find an vulnerability in Internet explorer 6(the one that comes with windowsxp defaultly)
that could execute a *.exe file on the person viewing the web page.
can any expert help?
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Question by:Zohaib03
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you have to do better than that ;-)
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by:Luc Franken
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I wanted to take a look if I could help, but I don't think it's neccesery, sunray gave an excelent link.
But....  CycLonE why are you answering for Zohaib03?

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zoihab03,
we don't do homework...
How about reading the membership agreement?
Bjorn
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