Security researcher a3q, has submitted on 19/01/2012 a cross-site-scripting (XSS) vulnerability affecting, which at the time of submission ranked 16645 on the web according to Alexa.
We manually validated and published a mirror of this vulnerability on 01/08/2012. It is currently unfixed.
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Date submitted: 19/01/2012 Date published: 01/08/2012 Fixed? Mail us!Status:  UNFIXED
Author: a3q Domain: Category: XSS Pagerank: 16645
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