Vulnerabilities > Google
| Information Disclosure vulnerability in Multiple Vendor Toolbar Keypress Monitoring
The Google toolbar 1.1.58 and earlier allows remote web sites to monitor a user's input into the toolbar via an "onkeydown" event handler.
| Unspecified vulnerability in Google Toolbar
The Google toolbar 1.1.58 and earlier allows remote web sites to perform unauthorized toolbar operations including script execution and file reading in other zones such as "My Computer" by opening a window to tools.google.com or the res: protocol, then using script to modify the window's location to the toolbar's configuration URL, which bypasses the origin verification check.
|The Google toolbar 1.1.60, when running on Internet Explorer 5.5 and 6.0, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash with an exception in oleaut32.dll) via malicious HTML, possibly related to small width and height parameters or an incorrect call to the Google.Search() function.