User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; ja; rv:18.104.22.168) Gecko/20071127 Firefox/22.214.171.124 Build Identifier: Now, nsEscapeHTML2() in /mozilla/source/xpcom/io/nsEscape.cpp does not escapes "+". But, It causes to enable UTF-7 encoded script injection for directory list. See also Bug 411433. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: (Testcase of UTF-7 tag injection to directory list) 1.Creare directory to some named +ADw-/title+AD4APA-meta http-equiv+AD0-content-type content+AD0-text/html+ADs-charset+AD0-utf-7/+AD4-/ aa+ACI-+AD4-+ADw-script+AD4-alert(location)+ADw-+AC8-script+AD4- # +ADw-/ # title+AD4APA-meta http-equiv+AD0-content-type content+AD0-text/ # html+ADs-charset+AD0-utf-7/ # +AD4-/ # aa+ACI-+AD4-+ADw-script+AD4-alert(location)+ADw-+AC8-script+AD4- 2.Show directory list 3.Change encoding of directory list as UTF-7 Actual Results: Script in directory name is executed Expected Results: Script should not executed If "+" is escaped as "+" , it does not causes UTF-7 encoded tag injection.
How about not letting users force different charset interpretations of internally-generated pages such as directory lists? That sounds more foolproof to me than just working around the problem for *one* of the charsets with the "Byte sequences that don't contain '<' can be decoded as character sequences that contain '<'" property.
Summary: Escape "+" as "+" to disable UTF-7 tag injection → Escape "+" as "+" to disable UTF-7 tag injection in Gecko-generated directory listings
(In reply to comment #1) > How about not letting users force different charset interpretations of > internally-generated pages such as directory lists? Looks fine. But, it is needed to fix bugs arond charset inheritance in subframe (Bug 356280, Bug 412420, etc.)
I think Jesse is right. Why not make this XHTML (instead of HTML) and then there is no charset injection issue of any kind?
Summary: Escape "+" as "+" to disable UTF-7 tag injection in Gecko-generated directory listings → Prevent UTF-7 tag injection in Gecko-generated directory listings
UTF-7 was removed from browser menus in bug 441876, but I think there are other charsets with the same issue. How does switching to XHTML help? Does that disable all the charset menu items?
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Summary: Prevent UTF-7 tag injection in Gecko-generated directory listings → Prevent UTF-7 tag injection in Gecko-generated directory listings (or other charsets)
Yes. When doing XML, we only use the HTTP header and the XML declaration for charset information. We do not use any other sources, including user overrides. You can select whatever you want in the charset menu, and we'll reload the page, but whatever you selected in the menu will be ignored.
nsIndexedToHTML.cpp sets the charset of the entire page based on something from the server, so converting its output to XHTML might not be straightforward. That was added in bug 162377.
nsIndexedToHTML.cpp now uses HTML, not XHTML after bug 294800 fixed. http://bonsai.mozilla.org/cvsview2.cgi?diff_mode=context&whitespace_mode=show&root=/cvsroot&subdir=/mozilla/netwerk/streamconv/converters&command=DIFF_FRAMESET&file=nsIndexedToHTML.cpp&rev2=1.81&rev1=1.80
I think, we can mark this bug as WONTFIX (or INVALID ) because UTF-7 support is already removed.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 3 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Resolution: INVALID → WORKSFORME
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