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From: mwilliamson at falcon.tamucc.edu (Michael Williamson)
Subject: mozilla firefox 0.8 - linux (probably mozilla too) cut/paste
 (semi) vulnerability

This isn't as much a typical vulnerability as it is poorly-designed
behavior. I've noticed when cutting/pasting data (unix style, w/middle
mouse button) into a Web form, any attempt to paste into an area without
first clicking on the input will result in firefox doing a google search
on the contents of the paste.  If I happen to be cutting/pasting
confidential data, this is bad.

Michael


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