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From: sgmasood at yahoo.com (S G Masood)
Subject: POS#1 Self-Executing HTML: Internet Explorer 5.5 and 6.0 Part III

Doesn't appear to work on Win2kSP4 with IE6.


--- "http-equiv@...ite.com" <1@...ware.com> wrote:
> 
> 
> Wednesday, November 5, 2003 
> 
> In our never-ending quest for entertainment, we
> commece from 
> this date forward to end-2004 our POS series of
> findings. That
> is the 'perfect operating system'. Today we debut
> and regurgitate
> new and not so new for fun as follows. A warm up for
> the New Year if 
> you will !:
> 
> The following file is an html file comprising both
> scripting and an 
> executable [*.exe]. 
> 
> We inject scripting and an executable into the html
> file which is 
> designed to point back to the executable in the html
> file and execute 
> it. Provided the html file is an html file, Internet
> Explorer 5.5 and 
> 6.0 will execute it. 
> 
> Because it is an html file proper, Internet Explorer
> opens it. The 
> scripting inside is then parsed and fired. That
> scripting is pointing 
> back to the same executable file and because it is a
> self-executing 
> html file, it executes ! 
> 
> Fully self-contained harmless *.exe:
> 
> CAUTION: back up notepad.exe before opening
> 
> http://www.malware.com/self-exec.zip 
> 
> What a POS !
> 
> Be aware of html files out there. 
> 
> -- 
> http://www.malware.com
> 
> 
> 
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