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On Dec 12, 2007 10:05 AM, Steven Adair <email@example.com> wrote:
> I guess I am not understanding why this is considered to be a big CSRF
big is relative. i call it funny colored medium to small medium...
> ... You cannot send/delete e-mail or take
> any real actions can you?
let us ponder this:
CSRF icon in your bookmarks to lure you.
XSS in google spreadsheet, chat, $service.
they meet fortuitously in a black hat tryst and your browser is a sock puppet (to goog) all the live long day...
to beat this dead horse one more time:
- the favicon behavior introduces some useful / interesting vectors not previously discussed
- the ability of CSRF is much less interesting than application of CSRF. maybe much ado about nothing, maybe materia to junction in the chamber of your sploit cannon...???
> Let's keep in
> mind that these redirects keep the HTTP referer field in tact.
not always, see http/https transitions and browser specific 301/302 fast redirect behavior...