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I'm looking for some interesting ways to redirect URLs. For example, http://example.com:@example.org will redirect to example.org. Are there any other ways to redirect/spoof URLs in a browser like that?

Any help is appreciated.

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Take a read of the RFC for URLs - it covers all the options including the one you mentioned.

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  • Thank you for that. I've used username:password@website, but I never really put 2 and 2 together to realize that was what I was using, but it didn't really go over anything else except other protocols like ftp, gopher, file, etc. unless I missed it. Thank you again. – Michael Blake Jan 3 '14 at 2:24
  • That's because these kind of exploits are (obviously) client-based. If you can't click on a URL (which pretty much limits your choice of targets to browsers) you can't fake it out with a weird URI. – Shadur Jan 3 '14 at 9:53

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