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Comment: Re:In other words... (Score 3, Interesting) 151

by furbearntrout (#41220387) Attached to: Firefox, Opera Allow Phishing By Data URI Claims New Paper

In other words, IE and Chrome do not implement the data URI to the specification. Lucky them, they can pose now as "more secure".

I actually read TFS(TFRFC?). IIRC, the standard doesn't specify that an application honor redirects. It would depend on your interpretation of

"the same security considerations as any implementation of the given media type."

The passage seems to imply a "default deny" approach.

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