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Date: 16 Aug 2007 21:32:51 -0000
Subject: Re: Re: Safari for windows remote arbitry file upload

"Firefox will do the same if it's configured that.Is this the default behavior with Safari?"

yes it's a default setting .

"I don't see that this is a bug. Could you explain a little more fully?"

well configured like this by default,it's a security hole . it's a perfect hole for a virus, trojan, etc. you can send any malicous files to a remote desktop via a malicious website or even a XSS , like an executable with a "my computer" icon ( for exemple .. )

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