My web-app takes some configs from the user and saves into an XML file (it was not done to stop XSS). The input is XML encoded so that the ",& ... and such characters don't break the XML ...
The code that I have is: <input type="text" name="some_name" value="<?php echo CHtml::encode($str); ?>" /> $str is the input data. 'CHtml::encode()' is Yii's way of encoding special ...
Some of the old PHP string functions for example explode() are working with UTF-8 strings, but they don't work properly on malformed UTF-8 strings. Is this a security issue? Is it possible to avoid ...
I am trying to find out whether this is vulnerable against XSS: I can control the content of the title tag through the URL. This would make the site vulnerable if it wasn't for the fact that the site ...
Im new to encoding and this realm, and I know this is not Base64. Could anyone tell me what this is? ·HAGHü§“-GYÖÍ=cp:S´’u@Ô∂ıAº¨¿mÇ…VÙ®ù¯˘JÂK‚“][ÿ∞4‹ ...