Discuss the many weaknesses of browser security and ways to mitigate the threat


Post by spanker on Thu May 27, 2010 6:44 pm
([msg=39174]see Moodle[/msg])

Hi guys. I wonder if you can inject some javascript in moodle using firebug. Thanks! :shock:
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Re: Moodle

Post by shaqywacky on Thu May 27, 2010 9:35 pm
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That wasn't a question...
>inject some javascript in moodle using firebug
>inject javascript in using firebug
>inject javascript using firebug
>implying that if you inject javascript on the client side it could do anything.
You have so much to learn...
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Re: Moodle

Post by eljonto on Fri May 28, 2010 2:46 am
([msg=39194]see Re: Moodle[/msg])

Heh, my school uses Moodle...
shaqywacky is right, you aren't actually asking anything, inject js into the browser? does moodle have any xss exploits? These can be found off google, and don't ask questions if they're going to be about potentially illegal activities. One more thing- until you can use the url bar for js injections, I suggest you don't use firebug.
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