[WEB SECURITY] WASC-Announcement: MX Injection - Capturing and Exploiting Hidden Mail Servers By Vicente Aguilera Diaz

robert at webappsec.org robert at webappsec.org
Sun Dec 10 21:46:43 EST 2006


The Web Application Security Consortium is proud to present 'MX Injection: Capturing and Exploiting 
Hidden Mail Servers' written by Vicente Aguilera Diaz of Internet Security Auditors. In this article 
Vicente discusses how an attacker can inject additional commands into an online web mail application 
communicating with an IMAP/SMTP server. 


This document can be found at http://www.webappsec.org/projects/articles/ .

Regards,

- Robert Auger

articles_at_webappsec.org
http://www.webappsec.org

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