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Tip: if you're in a rush and need to quickly check a page, often times injecting the depreciated " Image XSS using the Java Script directive (IE7.0 doesn't support the Java Script directive in context of an image, but it does in other contexts, but the following show the principles that would work in other tags as well: If you need to use both double and single quotes you can use a grave accent to encapsulate the Java Script string - this is also useful because lots of cross site scripting filters don't know about grave accents: Skip the HREF attribute and get to the meat of the XXS...Submitted by David Cross ~ Verified on Chrome xxs link or Chrome loves to replace missing quotes for you...
xxs link Originally found by Begeek (but cleaned up and shortened to work in all browsers), this XSS vector uses the relaxed rendering engine to create our XSS vector within an IMG tag that should be encapsulated within quotes.This is useful if you cannot have either an equals sign or a slash in your cross site scripting attack, which has come up at least once in the real world: This only works in Opera 8.0 (no longer in 9.x) but is fairly tricky.According to RFC2616 setting a link header is not part of the HTTP1.1 spec, however some browsers still allow it (like Firefox and Opera).Notice that there is nothing on the page to show that there is included Java Script.Note: With all of these remote style sheet examples they use the body tag, so it won't work unless there is some content on the page other than the vector itself, so you'll need to add a single letter to the page to make it work if it's an otherwise blank page: This works the same as above, but uses a tag if there is HTML immediately after the vector to close it.This could be useful if the system does not allow spaces.
Submitted by Franz Sedlmaier, this XSS vector could defeat certain detection engines that work by first using matching pairs of open and close angle brackets and then by doing a comparison of the tag inside, instead of a more efficient algorythm like Boyer-Moore that looks for entire string matches of the open angle bracket and associated tag (post de-obfuscation, of course).
This will only work in the IE rendering engine because of the Java Script directive.
Not a particularly useful cross site scripting vector: (using something as simple as a remote style sheet you can include your XSS as the style parameter can be redefined using an embedded expression.) This only works in IE and Netscape 8.1 in IE rendering engine mode.
I assume this was originally meant to correct sloppy coding.
This would make it significantly more difficult to correctly parse apart an HTML tag: This will bypass most SRC domain filters.
The ".j" is valid, regardless of the encoding type because the browser knows it in context of a SCRIPT tag.