Opera before 11.60 does not properly consider the number of . (dot)
characters that conventionally exist in domain names of different
top-level domains, which allows remote attackers to bypass the Same
Origin Policy by leveraging access to a different domain name in the
same top-level domain, as demonstrated by the .no or .uk domain.
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