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XSS help needed
PostPosted: Tue Dec 05, 2006 7:31 pm Reply with quote
faifas
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Hey there,
I've just realised that I've found a nice xss bug in a famous my country site. Webmasters were pretty stupid thinking that maxlength may stop XSS.
However I've understood that i can use javascript,
tried to do the following:
Code:
"><script>alert(document.cookie)</script><"

it worked

alright, but what next? What's the point of this bug?
I wonder if I can steal cookies using this bug since i perform it in a text input that is originaly made to find another user.
Any ideas?

Btw cookie seems weird doesn't it?

Thanks in advance

PS: tbh I'm not familiar with XSS, but some info and advices would be realy nice Smile
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