|Category:||Access Control Error|
Published on 15/07/08 - Updated on 08/08/17
Microsoft Internet Explorer allows web sites to set cookies for domains that have a public suffix with more than one dot character, which could allow remote attackers to perform a session fixation attack and hijack a user's HTTP session, aka "Cross-Site Cooking." NOTE: this issue may exist because of an insufficient fix for CVE-2004-0866.
CWE-264 (Permissions, Privileges, and Access Control)
Weaknesses in this category are related to the management of permissions, privileges, and other security features that are used to perform access control.
No exploits available for this CVE in our database.