Multiple Vendor Web Browser FTP Client Cross Site Scripting Vulnerability and SSH Scam Sites Update

Multiple vendors' web browsers are prone a cross-site scripting vulnerability that arises because the software fails to handle specially crafted files served using the FTP protocol.

Successfully exploiting this issue may allow an attacker to execute arbitrary script code in the browser of an unsuspecting user in the context of an FTP session.

This may allow the attacker to perform malicious actions in a user's browser or redirect the user to a malicious site; other attacks are also possible.

Source

PS: Firefox 3.0.1 - 3.0.3 affected. Firefox 3.0.4 is in works.

Thanks to Patrick Jordan for the information.

Zlob Trojan Distributing site:

91.203.92.12 Bsplware. com

91.203.92.12 Softwmpdll. com

Scam Internet Security Page:

91.203.92.12 Safesurfingpage. com

404ErrorpageScam:

91.203.92.12 404mispage. com

Security Guide Scam Page:

91.203.92.11 Screenshortcuts. com

Ad-Server-Gate Pages:

91.203.92.12 Ghjyt. com

91.203.92.12 Bnmhg. com

Protection Center Scam Page:

91.203.92.11 Securesurface. com

Scam Security Toolbar site:

91.203.92.11 Selectedtoolbar. com

IE AntiSpywareStore site:

208.72.168.92 Onlyiesettings. com