Created attachment 8804397 [details] site image This has started making the rounds... this site creates a ton of HTTP auth dialogs via iframes, which we display as modal dialogs on Windows. This locks you entirely out of your browser; you can't even right-click close it on the task bar -- need to kill the process. They also seem to constantly reload the URL that's requesting the auth, and we queue up each of those auth requests so that you get a constant stream of "Authentication Required" dialogs. If you wait it out it seems to stop eventually, but only after cancelling a few dialogs. I've attached the data URI and the decoded contents here. Sample URL that redirects you to this data URL: hxxp://git.believinghx.bid/?id=KzEgKDg4OCkgMjY0LTg2MTY
Note -- Chrome is not affected because their auth dialogs are not modal. Going to the URL returns a different URL on chrome, that just pops up an alert() with spew about "There was a dangerous try blah blah blah". It keeps popping up the alert() [which is modal, still?!], but you can set "prevent this site from creating additional dialogs" and close the tab.