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Is it possible for a website to have a javascript keylogger and also contain an iframe that goes to a "client" site.

  • Can the the JS log all key strokes done on the client site?
  • Can the (host) iframe be invisible or 0 x 0 in size?
  • Can the "client" site detect and bust the iframe?

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You can embed a .js file using a Stored XSS to perform the remote keylogging. Using Ajax, it should be easy to do the remote logging. Have a look at the Javascript Keylogger here. http://code.google.com/p/javascript-keylogger

Setting the iframe width and height to zero answers the second question

<iframe src="attacker.com/log.php" width="0" height="0">

What you are asking in the 3rd question is frame busting. There are techniques to do that, https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Clickjacking#Defending_with_Frame_Breaking_Scripts

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  • But frame busting is not reliable, if you have a XSS vulnerability, as you can, in IE8 and Chrome, use the XSS filter to destroy it.
    – Kao
    Oct 31, 2012 at 8:51
  • For almost every mitigation whether on the OS level or the webapp level there is always a way to bypass when coupled with other vulnerabilities.
    – Omair .
    Nov 1, 2012 at 9:14
  • My point was, don't think that because you're using this technique, you're home free, and don't have to care about XSS vulnerabilities.
    – Kao
    Nov 1, 2012 at 9:46

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