The site Mustache-Security describes XSS vulnerabilities in KnockoutJS... The vulnerabilities come from the use of eval (or some equivalent) to convert text in the data-bind attribute to executable ...
I'm looking at ways to use .NET to prevent XSS attacks and have come across the following methods to encode data: string asdf = WebUtility.UrlEncode(code); string asdf1 = ...
I'm wondering if my ASP.NET Web API had an XSS vulnerability as my controller didn't have a method to handle the default GET call. Without the GET method being handled in the code a call to ...
I've identified an XSS in a client's application where they've failed to properly sanitize a variable. The application, however, is written in ASP.NET 2.x and they have request validation turned on. ...
Unfortunately, a client of mine still has an application based on ASP.NET 1.1. Yes yes, I know - horribly insecure, support ending, and on and on... I've already been through that with them. ...