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Subject: Re: FLASH: Flash Functionality Verification
From: Helen Triolo
Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2000 18:26:38 +0100


There are a couple workarounds to the ban (?) on inter-server
communication at the mm technote at
-- don't know if either would work for your purposes, but may be worth
checking out. Also, Fabrice Reynolds posted some workarounds on another
list that you can check at http://i-technica.com/flashlist (search on
"different servers" or just check Fabrice's entries). Haven't looked
into it further myself so have no other recommendations or comments.

helen triolo � http://i-technica.com � 301-424-6037

Brad Merritt wrote:
> John,
> Well, I'm no hacker, I cannot supply you with the exact details, but
> obviously it was a problem.
> brad
> > You see this doesn't make sense to me. It seems flash only accepts a
> string
> > in the key=value format so only if the asp had a response.write in that
> > format would Flash get anything useful. Even then, you would have to write
> some
> > complex algorithm to find the key values that became variables, and to top
> it off
> > the likelyhood of something interesting being discovered is slim. Am I
> missing something?

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  RE: FLASH: Flash Functionality Verificat, Brad Merritt

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