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iFrame hacking

ankur rathi
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I read about iFrame hacking on this page: http://alex.dojotoolkit.org/?p=538 and feel that discussion about it is allowed here...

Can anyone explain what exactly it is?

Please refer to below link. Can anyone make the content clear for me? http://www.activedataonline.com.au/DiscussionBoard/DB_Topic.aspx?db_tid=710

Thanks.
Eric Pascarello
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The first link is not a hack, but doing something the browser was not meant to do to show the throbber or the IE Globe spinning.

The second one is basic HTML/JavaScript injection caused by bad coding. The error page spews out HTML. User inserts HTML on the page which the error page renders.

Eric
 
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