Mark Laurence has discovered a 6 year old vulnerability in Internet Explorer, which can be exploited by malicious people to spoof the contents of websites.
The vulnerability is caused due to Internet Explorer not checking if a target frame belongs to a website containing a malicious link, which therefore does not prevent one browser window from loading content in a named frame in another window.
Successful exploitation allows a malicious website to load arbitrary content in an arbitrary frame in another browser window owned by e.g. a trusted site.
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Subject: Internet Explorer Frame Injection Vulnerability
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