The jar: URI implementation in Mozilla Firefox before 3.0.9,
Thunderbird, and SeaMonkey does not follow the Content-Disposition
header of the inner URI, which allows remote attackers to conduct
cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks and possibly other attacks via an
uploaded .jar file with a "Content-Disposition: attachment"
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