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Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Hall of Shame


** This list is no longer being regularly maintained. XSS vulnerabilities come and go so quickly it is impossible to keep up. This page will remain for educational and entertainment purposes. If something good comes up we'll add it to the top of the list. **

The web domains below have all been identified as having XSS vulnerabilities. They are listed here as a public service to promote a prompt resolution to the problem. XSS hurts others, not the sites or companies listed here. If the problem has been fixed we will note it as such, if new vulnerabilities are found a new entry will be added. We do not indicate what page or module on the server is vulnerable and we do not include example code as we do not wish to encourage phishing attacks. (NIST.org)

The XSS vulnerabilities on any of the below listed servers could probably have been used in a phishing attack or for some other malicious purpose, so if you are responsible for one of these servers please try to get the problem corrected as quickly as possible. Check back here frequently as new vulnerabilities are often reported at sites that have had them reported previously. The entries are added as they are reported to us and are in no particular order, but they tend to be from the oldest reported to latest reported. You can press CTRL-F to use your browser's find function to locate your domain. Once a problem is fixed it will be moved to the 'Repaired' section (see the bottom of this page).

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XSS Vulnerable Domains (listed by discovery date):

  • Google.com – Another Google XSS probably won't last long. Reported by Hong on 1/15/2007 at sla.ckers.org. Screen Shot
  • yellowpages.aol.com – AOL's yellowpages. Reported by unsticky on 1/15/2007 at sla.ckers.org Screen Shot
  • Google.com – Google XSS probably won't last long. Reported by Ghozt on 1/12/2007 at sla.ckers.org. Screen Shot
  • myspace.com – MySpace XSS vulnerability. They actually have a new one reported once or twice a week, some have led to worms in the past. Reported by maluc at sla.ckers.org. Screen Shot
  • WellsFargo.com - Huge bank and financial company. Reported by anonymous on 11/30/06. Screen Shot
  • Thornburg.com - Mutual Fund and investment company. Reported by anonymous on 11/30/06. Screen Shot
  • Amanafunds.com - Invests according to Islamic principles. Reported by anonymous on 11/30/06. Screen Shot
  • sfcu.org - Stanford Federal Credit Union. Reported by anonymous on 11/24/06. Screen Shot
  • denalifcu.org - Denali Alaskan Credit Union. Reported by anonymous on 11/24/06. Screen Shot
  • gencu.org - General Credit Union. Reported by anonymous on 11/24/06. Screen Shot
  • dccu.com - Deere Employees Credit Union. Reported by anonymous on 11/24/06. Screen Shot
  • baygulf.com - Bay Gulf Credit Union. Reported by anonymous on 11/24/06. Screen Shot
  • golden1.com - The Golden 1 Credit Union. Reported by anonymous on 11/24/06. Screen Shot
  • www.citimortgage.com - Fun with phishing... Reported at sla.ckers.org by malorn on 11/17/2006. Screen Shot
  • www.bestbuy.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky on 11/16/2006.
  • www.gnc.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky on 11/16/2006.
  • www.staples.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky on 11/16/2006.
  • cbs.sportsline.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky on 11/16/2006. Screen Shot
  • www.cbs.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky on 11/16/2006.
  • nbc.resultspage.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky on 11/16/2006. Screen Shot
  • fuse.tv - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky on 11/16/2006.
  • www.tenaciousdmovie.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky on 11/16/2006.
  • TheOnion.com - Really, no kidding – The Onion website has XSS vulnerabilities. Of course one has to wonder how someone could ever spoof them. Who would even notice? Screen Shot
  • mypyramid.gov – The official U.S. Government food pyramid website, part of USDA (who recently had two other vulnerabilities that were taken care of quickly). Agency notified on 11/06/2006. Screen Shot
  • nature.com - The science and medicine magazine. Reported by anonymous. They were notified on 11/06/2006. Screen Shot
  • epa.gov – Environmental Protection Agency. Reported to NIST.org by anonymous. Agency notified by us on 10/26/2006. Screen Shot
  • who.it – World Health Organization, part of the United Nations. Reported to NIST.org by anonymous. Agency notified by us on 10/26/2006. Screen Shot
  • fmcsa.dot.gov – U.S. Dept of Transportation. Reported to NIST.org by anonymous. Agency notified by us on 10/25/2006. Screen Shot
  • LearnandServe.gov – U.S. government Learn and Serve America website. Reported to NIST.org by anonymous. Agency notified by us on 10/25/2006. Screen Shot
  • collegedrinkingprevention.gov – Humm... we'll pass on the jokes Part of the National Institute of Heatth. Reported to NIST.org by anonymous. (agency notified on 10/12/06) Screen Shot
  • www.fema.gov - Federal Emergency Management Agency, Reported to NIST.org by anonymous (agency notified on 10/11/06)
  • search.disney.go.com - Disney! Is nothing sacred! Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/7/06
  • www.afcm.org - Americans for Free Choice in Medicine. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/7/06
  • www.nhtsa.gov - National Highway Traffic Safety Administration – NHTSA. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/7/06
  • www.nationalservice.gov - National & Community Service. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/7/06
  • www.americorps.gov – AmeriCorps. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous
  • www.aoa.gov - U.S. Administration on Aging. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous
  • w4.systranlinks.com - translation service used by U.S. Department of Labor Mine Safety and Health Administration. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/7/06
  • www.fcc.gov - Federal Communications Commission – FCC. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/7/06
  • www.genome.gov - U.S. Government National Human Genome Research Institute. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/7/06
  • search.state.nj.us - State of New Jersey. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous
  • www.usaid.gov - U.S. Gov. aid site. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous
  • ftn.fedex.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 10/2/06.
  • www.compsource.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by yawnmoth on 10/2/06.
  • stocks.usatoday.com - USA Today. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • markets.latimes.com - Los Angeles Times. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • forums.washingtonpost.com - Washington Post. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • markets.chicagotribune.com - Chicago Tribune. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • realestate.nytimes.com - New York Times. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • weather.kansascity.com - Kansas City Star. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • bostonglobe.com - Boston Globe. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www.nypost.com - New York Post. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • washingtontimes.com - The Washington Times. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • app.abc.go.com - ABC. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • cgi.cbs.com - CBS. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www2.warnerbros.com - Warner Brothers. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • secure.petco.com - PetCo. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www.petsmart.com - PetSmart. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www.wbshop.com - Warner Brothers Store. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www.sonymusicstore.com - Sony Music Store. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www.nike.com - Nike. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www.cafepress.com - cafepress. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www.gnc.com - GNC. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www.shopnbc.com - Shop NBC. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www.lnt.com - Linens N Things. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www.buynetgear.com - Netgear. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www.fingerhut.com - Fingerhut. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www.armaniexchange.com - Armani Exchange. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • www.ritzcamera.com - Ritz Camera. Reported at sla.ckers.org by anonymous on 10/2/06.
  • fbijobs.gov – FBI Jobs. Reported at sla.ckers.org by thomaspollet on 10/1/06
  • www.networksolutions.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 10/1/06
  • www.nukecops.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 10/1/06.
  • www.visitlasvegas.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 10/1/06
  • www.telco.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 10/1/06
  • direct.motorola.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 10/1/06
  • www22.verizon.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 10/1/06. “Can you hear me now?” -- Rsnake {14}
  • www.rav.ro – Antivirus company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/30/06
  • www.grisoft.com – Antivirus company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/30/06
  • tools.sonic.net – Another site with the 'Hacker Safe' seal of approval. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/30/06
  • www.authentium.com – An antivirus company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/30/06
  • alerts.f-prot.com – An antivirus company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/30/06
  • www.trendmicro.com – An antivirus company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/30/06
  • www.avast.com – An antivirus company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/30/06
  • www.ca.com – A very large antivirus / security company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/30/06. Still vulnerable on 10/22/06. Screen Shot {13}
  • f-secure.com – An antivirus company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by metal_hurlant on 9/30/06.

"I love the stock market xss: go figure someone spamming about stock xyz skyrocketting, putting xss'ed links to nasdaq etc. on it...profit!" -- thomaspollet at sla.ckers.org

  • cccure.org – An excellent resourse for people studying for IT security exams. Hopefully this gets fixed soon. Reported at sla.ckers.org by thomaspollet on 9/29/06
  • linksys.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/29/06
  • www.certicom.com – A big name encryption and data security company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • search4.unisys.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • subscribermail.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/29/06
  • truste.org – The company that issues those TRUSTe® privacy seals "We certify and monitor web site privacy". Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/29/06
  • zme.amazon.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • www.afpc.randolph.af.mil - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • search.access.gpo.gov - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • ohrm.os.doc.gov - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • www.compusa.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • www.neweggg.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • techpowerup.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • www.frozencpu.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • searchg.symantec.com – You know, the giant antivirus / security company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/29/06. Still vulnerable on 10/18/2006. See Screen Shot
  • www.tv – A Verisign company, root level domain registration for TV stations (eg; KMPP.TV). Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/29/06
  • www.zonelabs.com – They sell the popular ZoneAlarm firewall software. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06 See Screen Shot
  • usa.kaspersky-labs.com – Large well respected antivirus company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06 See Screen Shot
  • adidas.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt and maluc on 9/29/06
  • dictionary.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt and maluc on 9/29/06 {12}
  • livesupport.bitdefender.ro - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • support.drweb.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • www.norman.com – An antivirus company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • www.astalavista.net - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • shop.pandasoftware.com - The antivirus company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/29/06
  • www.scientology.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/29/06
  • webcenters.netscape.compuserve.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/28/06
  • search.lexmark.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.nvidia.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • search.ati.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.buy.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.hooters.com – Screen shot wouldn't have included waitresses so we didn't bother. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/28/06
  • www.geeksquad.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06. Screen Shot
  • www.pricegrabber.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.xfxforce.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.bizrate.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • castle.pricewatch.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.cyberguys.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.gotdotnet.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/28/06.
  • www.sonystyle.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.alliedelec.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.mouser.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.newark.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.jameco.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • cars.kbb.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.engadget.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.lww.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • search.gifts.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.linuxdevices.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.gamerankings.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.cbsnews.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.travelport.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.whalecommunications.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by kirke on 9/28/06
  • portal.knowledgebase.net - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/28/06 {10}
  • searchsecurity.techtarget.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06. As reported by digi7al64 all of the following domains share the same search engine and the same problem as techtarget.com: 2020software.com, Bitpipe.com, Search400.com, SearchAppSecurity.com, SearchCIO.com, SearchCRM.com, SearchDataCenter.com, SearchDataManagement.com, SearchDomino.com, SearchExchange.com, SearchMobileComputing.com, SearchNetworking.com, SearchOpenSource.com, SearchOracle.com, SearchSAP.com, SearchSecurity.com, SearchServer.com, SearchSMB.com, SearchSQLServer.com, SearchStorage.com, SearchVB.com, SearchVoIP.com, SearchWebServices.com, SearchWinComputing.com, SearchWindowsSecurity.com, SearchWinIT.com, TheServerSide.NET TheServerSide.com, Whatis.com
  • search.ittoolbox.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • shops.ancestry.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.gesecurity.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.safer-networking.org - Home of Spybot S&D. Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.scmagazine.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.nasdaq.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/28/06 Screen Shot
  • www.amex.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/28/06
  • www.borsaitaliana.it - Italian Stock Exchange. Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/28/06.
  • www.asx.com.au - Australian Stock Exchange. Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/28/06.
  • www.shop.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/28/06.
  • www.hummingbird.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/28/06.
  • morpheus.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • sales.limewire.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.downloadsquad.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.pbs.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/28/06.
  • www.marketwatch.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/28/06.
  • www.tucows.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • mybittorrent.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • www.phpnuke.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06
  • nukecops.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/28/06 {11}
  • www.f5.com – They originally denied vulnerabilities that were fixed but they are still have other vulnerabilities. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/27/06. Screen Shot
  • www.latimes.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/27/06.
  • online.wsj.com – The Wall Street Journal. Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/27/06.
  • www.navair.navy.mil - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/27/06.
  • www.caltex.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/27/06.
  • www.ge.com - "Imagination at Work", yea with this vuln anything is possible. - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/27/06.
  • movies.aol.com – many different ones. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/27/06.
  • videogames.aol.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/27/06.
  • www.lightreading.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/27/06.
  • www.norad.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/27/06.
  • query.nytimes.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/27/06.
  • www.truste.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by cheng on 9/27/06.
  • www.virgin.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/27/06.
  • search.sky.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/27/06.
  • search.forbes.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/27/06.
  • www.pcworld.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/27/06.
  • www.aapt.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/27/06.
  • cgi.yahoo.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/27/06.
  • www.netflix.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/27/06.
  • www.blockbuster.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/27/06.
  • www.jeep.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/27/06.
  • support.opera.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/27/06.
  • www.chevrolet.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/27/06. (pg9)
  • www.us-webmasters.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/27/06
  • www.netdemon.net - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Ghozt on 9/27/06

Quote: "I have noticed we have successfully hit the 4 of the 5 major search engines as well as a relatively large number of the top 100 websites going around (apparently all we needed to do was look)...congratulations to all." -- digi7al64 at sla.ckers.org

  • subscribe.infoworld.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/26/06.
  • news.cnn.com – various. Reported at sla.ckers.org by Kyran and maluc 9/26/06
  • www.techworld.com – various. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/26/06
  • www.pcadvisor.co.uk - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/26/06
  • www.digitmag.co.uk - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/26/06
  • playboy.rgc2.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/26/06.
  • www.portblogs.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/26/06.
  • www.startrek.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/26/06.
  • www.weather.aol.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/26/06.
  • www.gm.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/26/06.
  • validatory.opml.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/26/06.
  • www.w3.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/26/06.
  • orders.sbs.yahoo.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Kyran on 9/26/06.
  • viewer.youtubech.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/26/06.
  • rss.scripting.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/26/06.
  • megalodon.jp - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/26/06.
  • www.dotcr.ost.dot.gov - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/25/06
  • www.mbda.gov - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc 9/25/06
  • www.friendsunited.co.uk - Reported at sla.ckers.org by dyn0 on 9/25/06
  • www.salford.gov.uk - Reported at sla.ckers.org by dyn0 9/25/06
  • www.freeml.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Rsnake on 9/25/06
  • www.siteadvisor.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by kirke on 9/25/06
  • audience.cnn.com – Multiple problems. Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/25/06
  • www.bbc.co.uk – UK's BBC. Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/25/06
  • search1.taobao.com – Big China auction site. Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/25/06.
  • www.alipay.com – Payment processing site in China. Reported at sla.ckers.org by Rsnake on 9/25/06
  • www.clickbank.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Kyran on 9/25/06
  • www.altavista.com – Another vulnerability. Simply search for a bit of Javascript code and it runs it back on your computer. They really should fix this. Reported at sla.ckers.org by Acidus on 9/25/06.
  • search.netscape.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/25/06.
  • www.pepperjam.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by tsar on 9/25/06
  • national.citysearch.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/25/06.
  • www.wamuhomeloans.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/25/06
  • www.anywho.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64 on 9/25/06.
  • www.hbo.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/25/06.
  • www.hemnet.se - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/25/06.
  • www.verisign.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Kyran on 9/25/06
  • www.ericsson.se - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake on 9/25/06.
  • www.ddj.com – Dr. Dobb's Portal. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/25/06.
  • www.codemasters.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Kyran on 9/24/06
  • www.cbs.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Rsnake on 9/24/06
  • www.nationalcrediteducationweek.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/24/06
  • www.nscp.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/24/06
  • www.dmas.virginia.gov - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/24/06
  • www.innovations.va.gov - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/24/06
  • robotics.nasa.gov - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9//24/06
  • www.opic.gov - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/24/06
  • ask.census.gov - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/24/06
  • www.isc2.org - ISC2 is the organization responsible for the CISSP security certification. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc on 9/22/06.
  • www.microsoft.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Rsnake on Sept 23rd and its still not fixed.
  • www.vh1.com – VH1, the music channel. Reported at sla.ckers.org by Rsnake on Sept 23rd and its still not fixed.
  • www.mtv.com – MTV, just to be fair. Reported at sla.ckers.org by Rsnake on Sept 23rd and its still not fixed.
  • www.fedworld.gov – Part of the U.S. Dept of Commerce.. Reported at www.seomoz.org on 8/21/06
  • memory.loc.gov – The Library of Congress! Reported at www.seomoz.org on 8/21/06
  • www.leginfo.ca.gov – California Legislature. Reported at www.seomoz.org on 8/21/06
  • www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov – Dept of Transportation, Office of Defects (yes, we see the irony). Reported at www.seomoz.org on 8/21/06
  • www1.euro.dell.com - Dell Computers European site. Reported at sla.ckers.org by WhiteAcid
  • www.netgear.com – Reported at sla.ckers.org by WhiteAcid
  • directory.gov.be – Reported at sla.ckers.org by Girzi
  • www.homme.lycos.fr – Reported at sla.ckers.org by Girzi
  • polizei.hessen.de - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • arte-tv.com - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • sport.ard.de - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • suchnase.de - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • killsometime.com - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • pangora.n24.de - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • n-tv.de - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • walmartstores.com - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • directory.fsf.org - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • hr-online.de - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • pcworld.co.uk - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • pbs.org - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • online.wsj.com - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • npr.org - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • weather.com - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • mut.de - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • mitp.de - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • americanexpress.com - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • netscape.com - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • thestreet.com - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • de.atari.com - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • ati.com - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • winamp.com - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • evite.com - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • knuddels.de - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • gutenberg-gym.de - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • hakin9.org - Found by Skyout at www.eof-project.net
  • www.serverspy.net - Reported at sla.ckers.org by kefka
  • www.allakhazam.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by kefka
  • www.goblinworkshop.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by kefka
  • www.go2.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake
  • comsearch.comcast.commerce.atomz.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by kefka
  • home.bellsouth.net - Reported at sla.ckers.org by kefka
  • www.traveltree.co.uk - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake
  • www.sparkfun.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.uo.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • blogshares.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky
  • rawstory.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky
  • hawkee.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky
  • seq.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky

Quote: "Potentially a very exploitable hole for fun and profit. _-_ " -- maluc on sla.ckers.org referring to a hole at Amazon.com

  • mindswap.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky
  • free-php.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky
  • shadows.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky
  • php.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky
  • actifpub.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky
  • mojo.zug.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by unsticky
  • www.marketwatch.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by WhiteAcid
  • www.marketwatch.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by WhiteAcid
  • h20000.www2.hp.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by kefka
  • www.nanoy.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by WhiteAcid
  • www.animenfo.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.manga-news.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.tokyopop.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • anidb.info - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • animefringe.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.darkhorse.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.jlist.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.totalvid.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.hotscripts.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • docs.phplivesupport.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • s12.quicksharing.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • forums.there.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake
  • proxy.perlproxy.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake
  • www.yousenit.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • accessories.us.dell.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake
  • www.pcworld.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake
  • www.netdisaster.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake
  • devcentral.f5.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by kirke
  • support.acunetix.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by kirke
  • www.dohistory.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by raif
  • www.the-dma.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by raif
  • www.sciencemag.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by raif
  • mazda.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake
  • nbc.resultspage.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake
  • one.rewer.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake
  • www.macworld.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.weather.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64
  • www.independent.co.uk - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64
  • docs.info.apple.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.scmagazine.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by RSnake
  • hoovers.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Rsnake
  • search.bbb.org - The Better Business Bureau. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc.
  • www.allakhazam.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Kyran
  • preference.the-dma.org - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.comcast.net - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.em.avnet.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Rsnake
  • goonline.seeq.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Rsnake
  • www.ask.com - ASK.com . Reported at sla.ckers.org by Rsnake
  • search.about.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Rsnake
  • math.about.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by Rsnake
  • about.com – Apparently most of the about.com system has vulnerabilities
  • search.comcast.net - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www22.verizon.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • business.verizonwireless.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • search.t-mobile.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.cingular.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • onlinecare.cingular.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www1.sprintpcs.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.vodafone.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.chinaunicom.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • buscador.telefonica.es - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.orange.com – Big French cell phone company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.telecomitalia.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.mapquest.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64
  • www.travelodge.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64
  • www.reference.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64
  • www.information.com - Reported at sla.ckers.org by digi7al64
  • www.securitylab.ru – A popular Russian IT Security site. Reported at sla.ckers.org by tecklord
  • telenor.com.pk - a large Norwegian mobile service provider, this is their Pakistan domain. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • www.teliadk.idlesurf.net - cell phone service provider in Denmark. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • se.ext.telia.newjobs.com – Swedish site. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc
  • home.singtel.com – Singapore cell phone company. Reported at sla.ckers.org by maluc




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