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Browser Exploit for NON-IE Browsers.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 2/08/2005 11:27:00 AM.

The world is S.h.o.c.k.e.d !!!!! Firefox Fanboys Specially.

Most Mozilla-based browsers (Firefox 1.0, Camino .8.5, Mozilla 1.6, etc), Safari 1.2.5, Opera 7.54, Omniweb 5 are victim to a complex International Domain Name [IDN] spoof.

This new attack allows an attacker/phisher to spoof the domain/URLs of businesses. Every recent gecko/khtml based browser implements IDN (which is just about every browser except for Internet Explorer).

You can disable IDN support in Mozilla products by setting 'network.enableIDN' to false. There is no known workaround for Opera or Safari. BUT, this may or may not work. So there is no current patch or fix for this exploit.

This latest exploit will provide spammers with a way to trick FireFox, Opera and Safari users into thinking they're on a certain website. Commonly known as Phishing this latest attack by spammers and hackers is frighteningly common.

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