[Full-disclosure] nVidia.com [Url Redirection flaw]
scarybeasts at gmail.com
Wed Mar 25 19:29:11 GMT 2009
2009/3/25 Rubén Camarero <rjcamarero at gmail.com>:
> What great references. Owasp isn't the king of vulnerability information, of
> course a website named XSSed is going to count this as super serious, and
> while I respect Insecure.. these days, people have exploited web bugs to
> their max (and I'm waiting for more), but they aren't directly serious.
> DIRECTLY is the key word.
What about indirectly? People love to rant and rave about redirectors,
but none of it is informed. Sure, redirectors often feature in URLs
leading to malware etc. But that's irrelevant without click-through
rates and block rates on the redirected vs. non-redirected versions.
All the evidence I see is that the class of users we're trying to
protect will click on arbitrary links without care for the domain.
(And enter their passwords in any domain, without checking for https,
and etc. etc).
> 2009/3/25 yersinia <yersinia.spiros at gmail.com>
>> 2009/3/24 Rubén Camarero <rjcamarero at gmail.com>
>>> If ATI and nVidia were web content developers, this may be a valid
>>> argument, but they are not. They are graphics vendors, hardware and
>>> software. Not to mention the fact that this isn't a "serious" issue. RFI is
>>> a serious issue, IMHO.
>> Well, not everyone agreed with your opinion.
> Rubén Camarero
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