In other words, what are the most-used techniques to sanitize input and/or output nowadays? What do people in industrial (or even just personal-use) websites use to combat the problem?...
I want to provide a piece of Javascript code that will work on any website where it is included, but it always needs to get more data (or even modify data) on the server where the Javascript is hosted. I know that there are security restrictions in...
There are known Style Attribute XSS attacks like:  <DIV STYLE="width: expression(alert('XSS'));">   Or  <DIV STYLE="background-image: url(javascript:alert('XSS'))">   All the examples I've seen use eith...
I'm testing xss attacks on my own code. The example beneath is a simple box where an user can type whatever he wants. After pressing "test!" button, JS will show the input string into  two divs.This is an example I made to explain better...
How to access into iframe:  var iframe = document.getElementById('sitefield1'); var innerDoc = iframe.contentDocument || iframe.contentWindow.document; var elem = innerDoc.getElementsByClassName("myclass")[0];   Main page is test1.ru,...
I am curious, what makes www.jsfiddle.net secure from XSS based attacks? They have a support for accounts so clearly any script they run on the browser may do evil things....
I would like to store a JSON's contents in a HTML document's source, inside a script tag.  The content of that JSON does depend on user submitted input, thus great care is needed to sanitise that string for XSS.  I've read two concept her...
Does anyone know whether a DOM Node of type Text is guaranteed not be interpreted as HTML by the browser?  More details follow.  Background  I'm building a simple web comment system for a friend, and I've been thinking about XSS attacks.  I d...
I was reading about CORS and I think the implementation is both simple and effective.  However, unless I'm missing something, I think there's a big part missing from the spec. As I understand, it's the foreign site that decides, based on...
Is it possible to temporarily disable the XSS protection found in modern browsers for testing purposes?  I'm trying to explain to a co-worker what happens when one sends this to an XSS-vulnerable web form:  <script>alert("Danger");&...

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