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From: mike at blakogre.com (Mike Vasquez)
Subject: [fd] Recycle Bin Unavailability of Service

The drop down list functions fine.  I can type the letter c, find my c: drive in the drop down list, and navigate to it without a problem.  Or, I can just start off using the arrows, and navigate to any drive or location listed.  I can use the arrow keys or the mouse to do this.  This is on WinXP SP1

I do note the behavior you refer to if I just try and type everything in as you describe.

Mike
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Kaveh Mofidi 
  To: full-disclosure@...ts.netsys.com 
  Sent: Monday, August 04, 2003 4:26 AM
  Subject: [fd] [Full-Disclosure] Recycle Bin Unavailability of Service


  Secure Target Network (Security Advisory August 04, 2003) 
  Topic: Recycle Bin Unavailability of Service
  Discovery date: July 24, 2003

  Affected applications and platforms: 
  Windows XP Service Pack 1
  Introduction: 
  I'm sure this is related to security issues because it gets in touch
  with availability. So, you may want to explore some places with your
  "Windows Explorer" or "My Computer" from else where. That's make no
  sense to you but ever doing exploring from "Recycle Bin" to anywhere
  else?
  You can't do this and this is a kind of Unavailability!
  When you clicked on "Recycle Bin" on any address bar, the word become
  highlighted and when you trying to type a path, the words and phrases
  you typed, turn to "Recycle Bin". This way, you cannot change
  MANUALLY to any desired location from "Recycle Bin".

  Feedback: 
  Kaveh Mofidi (Admin@...ureTarget.Net) 
  Secure Target Network (Security Consulting Group) 
  HTTP://SECURETARGET.NET
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