Microsoft's web browsers, Internet Explorer and Edge, have a feature called 'XSS filter' built in which protects users from XSS attacks. In order to deny XSS attacks, XSS filter looks into the request for a string resembling an XSS attack, compares it with the page and finds the appearance of it, and rewrites parts of the string if it appears in the page. This rewriting process of the string - is this done safely? The answer is no. This time, I have found a way to exploit XSS filter not to protect a web page, but to create an XSS vulnerability on a web page that is completely sane and free of XSS vulnerability. In this talk, I will describe technical details about possibilities of XSS attacks exploiting XSS filter and propose what website administrators should do to face this XSS filter nightmare.