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From: Thor (Hammer of God) (thorhammerofgod.com)
Date: Tue Apr 17 2007 - 16:09:53 CDT
Actually, I just get a message that says "A script on this page is causing
Internet Explorer to run slowly." But my CPU usage for iexplore.exe is only
at 20, and my system didn't slow down in the least. I went ahead and told
IE to continue to run the script, and pops up again in a bit asking me the
same thing. Finally bored, I say "no" and it immediately came up with
"Goodbye" on the page.
If this actually makes Safari and Konqueror crash, why the "stop using
Microsoft products" recommendation? At least IE is smart enough to tell me
that your little "stupidInternetExploder" script is being pesky.
----- Original Message -----
From: "J. Oquendo" <silinfiltrated.net>
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2007 10:09 AM
Subject: Internet Explorer Crash
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> Product: Internet Explorer Version 7.0.5730.11
> Impact: Browser crash possibly more
> Author: Jesus Oquendo
> echo infiltrated|sed 's/^/sil/g;s/$/.net/g'
> I. BACKGROUND
> Why bother? Who doesn't know what Internet Explorer and Microsoft are.
> II. DESCRIPTION
> IE 7 is vulnerable to a script which causes the browser to hang. The
> memory and CPU usage go through the roof. Originally the script caused
> (and still causes) Safari and Konqueror to crash.
> III SOLUTION
> Stop using Microsoft products or deal with a new advisory every other
> IV. Proof
> V. Code
> $ more /stupidInternetExploder.html
> var reg = /(.)*/;
> var z = 'Z';
> while (z.length <=
> var boum = reg.exec(z);
> J. Oquendo
> sil . infiltrated net http://www.infiltrated.net
> The happiness of society is the end of government.
> John Adams
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