Friday, March 11, 2022



The package url-js before 2.1.0 are vulnerable to Improper Input Validation due to improper parsing, which makes it is possible for the hostname to be spoofed. http://\\\\\\\\localhost and http://localhost are the same URL. However, the hostname is not parsed as localhost, and the backslash is reflected as it is.

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